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public law PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 33 public 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

School of Law - PhD opportunities available

The University of Aberdeen is one of four ancient universities of Scotland. Law was a founding discipline when the University was established in 1495. Read more

Law PhD Studentships

Join a leading Law school . UEA Law School is a vibrant and supportive community of expert academics & scholars, housed in the splendid 17th century Earlham Hall. Read more

PhD opportunities in Law at Brunel University London

Address challenges in domestic law as well as universal legal, economic & social issues with Brunel Law School - a major player in the UK law research landscape. 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

PhD programmes at the University of Pavia, Italy

Our PhD programmes cover a wide range of topics and are organized into three disciplinary groups. Science and Technology, Life Science, Human and Social Science. Read more
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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

International law and the psychological impact of warfare on civilians

Drawing on the emerging field of psychology of international law, the PhD student will examine how international law discusses or should discuss civilian mental harm in warfare from a substantive as well as procedural point of view. Read more

Protection of possession

It is a difficult question whether, and to what extent, a legal system should protect the possession of property by someone who may well turn out not to have any right to it. Read more
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Using Artificial Intelligence to improve Environmental Health Regulation and Enforcement

  Research Group: Architecture, Built Environment and Planning
Environmental health plays a role in all of society and encompasses the core disciplines of public health, food safety and integrity, health and safety at work, environmental protection and housing and communities. Read more

PhD Student Excellence Awards 2024/25 (SEA)

Under the University of Strathclyde’s JARSS Awards programme 2024/25, The Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences is pleased to invite applications from excellent students with original research proposals for the Student Excellence Awards (SEA) for commencing study on 1 October 2024. 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

Research at London Met

Research underpins everything we do at London Met. Alongside our projects in the wider community, our research helps to build connections with stakeholders locally and around the world which allows us to advance our social mission. Read more

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