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"At the University of Exeter Law School the combination of academic excellence and skills development opportunities means that our students are recognised for their flexibility and employability within the legal profession and beyond. Our European, international and interdisciplinary perspectives are supported by a cosmopolitan team of academics. Innovative, research-led teaching informs our internationally renowned programmes."

Joasia Luzak, Head of Law School 

Latest news from the Law School

Marking International Women’s Day with a short animation on human dignity & women.

The Human Rights Democracy Forum celebrated International Women's Day with a short animation co-produced by Catherine Dupré.

The 2023 Baroness Butler-Sloss and FRS Network Annual Family Law Lecture delivered online by Dr Andrew Hayward

Dr Andrew Hayward gave the lecture on the important topic Unlocking Cohabitation Reform in England and Wales: New Dimensions and Directions.

Card play and art reveals children’s views of surrogacy for first time

Children with experience of surrogacy are in favour of legal reforms, according to a new study that marks the first time their views will be included in a review of surrogacy laws.

Victorian courts disproportionately penalised poor families when a child suffered from neglect, study shows

Victorian courts disproportionally penalised poor families when they heard child neglect cases, a new study suggests.

New principles to encourage transparency and prevent greenwashing in financial sector

New practical principles will encourage transparency and prevent greenwashing in the financial sector.

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