QMUL School of Law ranked ninth in UK for 3* and 4* research
22 December 2014
The School of Law at Queen Mary University of London is ninth in the UK for 3* and 4* research, according to the results of the Research Excellence Framework (REF).
QMUL co-organises annual arbitration conference in Paris
27 November 2014
Dr Gabriel Gari to speak at 2014 ICTSID - WTI conference
22 November 2014
Professor Catherine Rogers writes the first treatise to analyse the ambiguities and conflicting rules present in international arbitration.
The School of International Arbitration (SIA) at Queen Mary University of London is to partner with the Chinese University of Hong Kong to carry out a survey on 'Chinese Corporate Attitudes to Arbitration'.
qLegal: 'Summing up' Web Summit 2014
12 November 2014
qLegal, Queen Mary University of London's free legal advice service for tech start-up companies and entrepreneurs, attended Web Summit on 4-6 November 2014 in Dublin. Web Summit is a technology-industry conference, centered on IT, attracting over 22,000 attendees from 109 countries.
2014 Intellectual Property Annual Prize winners
16 October 2014
Dr Gabriel Gari invited to join E15 Initiative
1 October 2014
Dr Maxi Scherer invited to speak at the 2014 ICC Symposium
26 September 2014
CCLS conference included in the Bank of England's Quarterly Bulletin
25 September 2014
QMUL LLM Student wins International Bar Association scholarship
23 September 2014
Omolola Agbaje-Williams, an LLM student in Intellectual Property Law at Queen Mary, was the recent recipient of a scholarship from the International Bar Association following her winning application in the Intellectual Property and Technology Section.
A team of six LLM students representing Queen Mary University of London navigated their way to a place in the final four of the Price Media International Moot Court Competition held at the Faculty of Law at Oxford University. The competition was held from the 1-4 April and consisted of 35 teams from around the world.
The Legal Advice Centre (LAC) at Queen Mary University of London has received a grant of £90,000 to expand qLegal, a community initiative which provides free legal advice to entrepreneurs and technology start-ups.
Jonathan Griffiths to speak at ALAI Congress in Brussels
9 September 2014
Professor Lastra and Dr Russo to present at Banking Law Conference
8 September 2014
Dr Russo to speak at 24th Economic Forum in Poland
2 September 2014
Chinese patent office delegates visit London
15 July 2014
Computer scientists at the University of Cambridge Computer Lab and lawyers in the Centre for Commercial Law Studies at Queen Mary University of London are collaborating on research in cloud computing at in a new virtual research centre.
Online dispute resolution (ODR) offers an invaluable means of access to justice for consumers who have a dispute with a business, but are deterred by the costs and barriers involved from going to court.How does online dispute resolution empower consumers
qLegal to run events in London Technology Week 2014
16 June 2014
Queen Mary's free legal advice service for digital start-ups is to take part in London's first ever Technology week from 16 - 20 June 2014.
Experience from Queen Mary’s free legal advice service for digital start-ups was shared at a legal entrepreneurship event in New York.
Three LLM Students represented Queen Mary University of London at the 12th annual Intellectual Property Moot Competition at Oxford on 20 - 22 March 2014. The Queen Mary team was Filip Kufrin, Michael Laws and Severine Riviere Naidoo.
Queen Mary LLM students achieved a top 10 position in an international arbitration moot competition.
The 9th Annual EU Tax Students Conference
9 April 2014
'European Union Taxation: Latest Insights and Debates' the ninth annual Tax Students Conference took place on 13-14 March 2014. Each year the event, hosted by the Centre for Commercial Law Studies at Queen Mary University of London, provides an opportunity for LLM students and early career scholars to establish links with other tax law scholars and professionals from across the world.
Queen Mary Law Research Seminar Series Awards 2014
9 April 2014
Nine case law comments from seven students have been published by the e-Competitions Bulletin so far in 2014, the highest number since the university partnered with the Bulletin in 2007-8. The scheme was coordinated this year by PhD student Eda Sahin.
Dr Scherer gives presentation at Sorbonne Law School
8 April 2014
Six PhD students from Queen Mary University of London will join doctoral students from across the globe to take part in workshops designed to foster the study of legal issues in a global context.
Law students providing advice to Silicon Roundabout
17 March 2014
Tom O'Shea invited to speak at European Fiscal Forum
10 March 2014
For British gay rights campaigners, 2014 already looks like a year to remember. England and Wales will join the small club of nations that allow same-sex couples to marry. Meanwhile, the Sochi winter Olympics have sparked global outrage against Russian homophobia. Surely reasons to celebrate?
Floods reinforce the impression of harried communities at the mercy of nature and abandoned by government, emergency services and insurers. Insurance companies are the bad guys, right? It’s not that straightforward.
Dr Gabriel Gari to speak at the World Trade Institute
21 February 2014
Student-led Law and Business Journal launches at Queen Mary
20 February 2014
qLegal launches at Google Campus
20 February 2014
Arbitration Award for top lecture of 2013
19 February 2014
Insurance Law and the City, Jonathan Moss, DWF Fishburns
28 January 2014
6th Issue of the Global Antitrust Review is published
28 January 2014
Dr Maxi Scherer to speak at arbitration conference in New York
28 January 2014
Student-led legal service for Tech City entrepreneurs launches
13 January 2014