University of Birmingham

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Tough Luck or Rough Justice? Report on new research

Why don’t more motorists who are unsuccessful in challenging council-imposed Penalty Charge Notices (PCNs) take their cases further to independent adjudication at the Traffic Penalty Tribunal? By John Raine Probably most readers of the paragraphs below will, at some time or other, have had the misfortune to incur a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN) for a … Continue reading

Academic jobs in socio-legal studies

Explicitly socio-legal oriented academic posts seem to be like buses: you wait for ages, then two turn up at the same time (in this case, heading towards Edgbaston and Wivenhoe Park). The School of Law at the University of Birmingham is currently advertising “Birmingham Fellows in Socio-Legal Studies” saying that it “seeks to fortify its critical mass of socio-legal … Continue reading