In an increasingly globalised world, law and legal issues often have a dimension that is not confined by national boundaries.
Brexit could result in longer waiting times
New report co-authored by Tamara Harvey, Professor of European Union Law, suggests Brexit could result in longer waiting times, increased pressure on staffing levels and a reduction in rights when travelling.Read the report>
Addressing human rights violations: Repairing past wrongs or looking to the future?
On 2 May, Photini Pazartzis, Professor of Public International Law at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens will deliver the School's Annual Lecture.Register to attend>
About the centre
The Sheffield Centre for International and European Law is actively involved in the dissemination of research, forging research links with other national and international academic institutions, research centres and think-tanks and in working with governments, international institutions and NGOs.Our teaching, research and public engagement> Our members> Our events >
Research in the Centre focuses on the international and European aspects of legal issues, and more broadly draws on the School’s strengths in many forms of International, European and Comparative Law to consider the wider implications of current problems and the function of law in a globalised world.International and European Law Projects> Human Rights Forum>
Our members include a wide variety of experts and experienced researchers in the field