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criminal law PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 13 criminal law PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Birmingham Law School - Postgraduate Research Opportunities

Law PhD / PhD by Distance Learning / MPhil / MJur. As a postgraduate researcher at Birmingham Law School you will be contributing to more than 85 years of research tradition, working alongside some of the country's most eminent legal scholars. Read more

PhD (School of Law) Doctorate

Study a PhD at the University of Bradford and contribute new and significant knowledge to the field of law. Why study a law PhD?. Read more

Ableism, Microaggressions and the Law

Studies in Ableism (SiA) is now a recognised sub-specialism of critical disability studies and focuses on ways that abledment (the process of being/becoming ‘abled’) is located within societal processes and practices. Read more

Postgraduate Research Opportunities in Law

About the School of Law. The School of Law fosters and promotes research in all major fields of legal study. Our research explores contemporary issues across the fields of law and criminal justice, informing policy and practice on a national and international level. Read more

PhDs in Law and Criminology

We invite applications for research study in any of our research clusters. Applied Human Rights. Clinical and Professional Education. Read more

Developing a forensic DNA legislative framework and policy for Africa (Ref: SF22/HLS/APP/AMANKWAA)

The use of forensic DNA and national DNA databases (NDNAD) has gained popularity in criminal investigations globally [1]. While the technology has been embraced in Europe and other high-income countries, its use and regulation are still at an infant stage in Africa [2]. Read more

International law and the fight against wildlife crime: challenges and perspectives

Wildlife crime is one of the fastest growing transnational crimes in the world generating up to USD 20 billion per year according to INTERPOL behind drug trafficking, human trafficking and illicit trade in weapons. Read more

A Minority At Law: Jews And The Courts In Medieval England, c. 1216-1290 [QMUL & TNA AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Partnership studentship]

We expect interviews to take place by the end of July 2024. Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) and The National Archives (TNA) are pleased to announce the availability of a fully funded Collaborative doctoral studentship from October 2024, under the AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Partnership Scheme. Read more

Trusted Evidence Gathering and Timeline For Law Enforcement

A current weakness in many evidence gathering infrastructures is the handling of digital evidence bags, and how they are handled through criminal investigations and for insurance purposes. Read more

The Scottish Sheriff Court in the Seventeenth Century

Sheriff courts were the key regional nodes of both civil and criminal justice in early modern Scotland, but neither they nor their work have been subject to sustained modern analysis. Read more

Scotland’s diaspora – was there social justice for the ‘failed’ immigrant in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries?

The creation of clubs and societies organised around ethnicity characterised the Scottish diasporic experience, both for those who received alms and for those who sought a means through which to meet and socialise with other Scots. Read more
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