Impact on society

Many of our research projects have an impact on society, you can see these below.

Other projects

Fit For Law

Emma Jones

Categorised under: Other Projects and Impact on Society

Fit For Law project

Procedural fairness, accountability and the ombudsman

The project’s aim is to understand the impact of the different means employed to verify the quality of ombudsman determinations and address user concerns.

Procedural fairness, accountability and the ombudsman project

Sustainable Market Actors for Responsible Trade

This project aims to address an increasingly pressing global challenge: How to achieve the EU’s development goals and the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, while meeting the global target of staying within two degrees global warming and avoid transgressing other planetary boundaries.

Categorised under: Sheffield Institute of Corporate and Commercial Law (SICCL) and Impact on Society

Sustainable Market Actors for Responsible Trade project

The impact of Brexit on the protection of democracy in Europe

Dr. Pablo Castillo is collaborating with Elcano Royal Institute through a Strategic Secondment. He will study the impact of Brexit on the protection of democracy in Europe. Elcano Royal Institute is the most important Spanish Think Tank for international affairs, and a leading institution in Europe.

Categorised under: Sheffield Centre for International and European Law (SCIEL) and Impact on Society

The impact of Brexit on the protection of democracy in Europe

Brexit: reciprocal healthcare inquiry

The inquiry will focus on the reciprocal healthcare implications of Brexit for UK citizens travelling, living and/or working in the rest of the EU, and for EU citizens travelling, living and/or working in the UK, in both the short and medium term.

Brexit: reciprocal healthcare inquiry project

Bhutan justice project

The project is focused on understanding and supporting justice needs in Bhutan and has included work on juvenile detention, law reform and engagement with civil society organisations.

Categorised under: Centre for Criminological Research (CCR) and Impact on Society

Bhutan justice project

Juri-Policy. Improving Judicial Councils in Europe through Evidenced-Based Policy-Making

Pablo Castillo-Ortiz

Categorised under: Sheffield Centre for International and European Law (SCIEL) and Impact on Society


Juri-Policy. Improving Judicial Councils in Europe through Evidenced-Based Policy-Making

New rating reveals compliance of top 30 German companies

Andreas Rühmkorf

Categorised under: Sheffield Institute of Corporate and Commercial Law (SICCL) and Impact on Society

New rating reveals compliance of top 30 German companies

Egalitarian Digital Privacy: Image Based Abuse and Beyond

Tsachi Keren-Paz

Categorised under: Sheffield Institute of Corporate and Commercial Law (SICCL) and Impact on Society

Egalitarian Digital Privacy: Image Based Abuse and Beyond

The Peaceful Settlement of Cyber Disputes

Russell Buchan, Daniel Franchini and Nicholas Tsagourias

Categorised under: Sheffield Centre for International and European Law (SCIEL) and Impact on Society

The Peaceful Settlement of Cyber Disputes

The Rights to Privacy and Data Protection in Times of Armed Conflict

Russell Buchan and Asaf Lubin

Categorised under: Sheffield Centre for International and European Law (SCIEL) and Impact on Society

The Rights to Privacy and Data Protection in Times of Armed Conflict

Study on the Control and Enforcement Rules for Geographical Indication (GI) protection for non-agricultural products in the EU (January - August 2021)

Andrea Zappalaglio

Categorised under: Sheffield Centre for International and European Law (SCIEL) and Impact on Society

Study on the Control and Enforcement Rules for Geographical Indication (GI) protection for non-agricultural products in the EU (January - August 2021)

The Digitalisation of Tribunals: What we know and what we need to know

Dr Joe Tomlinson's research project is at the forefront of legal research and how law is being administrated in modern times.

The Digitalisation of Tribunals: What we know and what we need to know