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Research opportunity: Impact of LASPO

The Equality and Human Rights Commission is looking to commission research examining the effect of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders (LASPO) Act 2012 on those people who are no longer eligible for legal aid. The project seeks to answer the following research questions: What are the different routes that individuals take in search … Continue reading

Job opportunity in dispute resolution

Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, is seeking a Senior Lecturer/Lecturer in Dispute Resolution. The closing date is 15 September 2017. See here for a full description and information on applying. Queen Margaret University’s Division of Business, Enterprise and Management is seeking to appoint a Senior Lecturer/Lecturer in Dispute Resolution to help its Consumer Dispute Resolution Centre … Continue reading

Job vacancy: Administrator needed

A vacancy exists for an Administrative Assistant (0.5 FTE) to support the work of the UK Administrative Justice Institute at the School of Law, University of Essex. Ideally we are seeking an experienced administrator to support the work of this national Nuffield Foundation funded institution. This is a half-time, fixed-term post to commence as soon as possible … Continue reading

University of Essex Doctoral Scholarships in Law

Have you got three years, a great idea for a piece of research and the passion to gain a PhD? Essex Law School has six University of Essex Doctoral Scholarships available to support talented PhD students starting in 2017-18. As a member of one of the UK’s most diverse academic communities, you’ll join an active … Continue reading

Social security systems based on dignity and respect – Invitation to tender

The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) is seeking to commission research on the design of social security systems based on the concepts of dignity and respect. The deadline for tenders is 1pm, 2 February 2017. Under the Scotland Act 2016, legislative responsibility for particular areas of social security will be devolved to the Scottish Parliament.  … Continue reading