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  Study for a self-funded PhD in the Sheffield Business School

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We are recruiting self-funded PhD students to work within the following newly formed research clusters. The Experiencescape research cluster.
  PhDs in Law and Criminology

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 We invite applications for research study in any of our research clusters. • Applied Human Rights. • Clinical and Professional Education.
  Scholarships available for SECReT: The International Training Centre for Security and Crime Related Research Degrees

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UCL SECReT is the international centre for training in security and crime related research degrees, the first centre of its kind in Europe.
  Exploring the vulnerable suspects’ pathway through the criminal justice system to improve on practice-based frameworks.
  Dr L Farrugia
Applications accepted all year round

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Current guidance makes some provisions for vulnerable suspects to be treated with ‘special care’ upon first entering police custody.
  An Exploration of the Impact of UK Austerity on Local Community Resilience to Natural Hazards
  Dr C MacRae, Dr J Adekola
Applications accepted all year round

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Project reference number - GSBS-2019-103. Local government increasingly focus efforts on identifying and managing risks. A central part of this process is building resilience amongst Scottish communities to deal with local risk(s) including those from natural hazards.
  Managing Ethical Supply Chain Risks Using Traditional Collaborative Approaches
  Dr N Palit, Dr K Fryer
Applications accepted all year round

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Project reference number. GSBS-2019-120. The nature of the risks present in the supply chain is ever changing. One of the modern day concerns of the supply chains is to manage the ethical risks including sensitive issues such as child labour exploitation, modern-day slavery, and human trafficking.
  Forensic Biometrics (SF19/LAW/MCCARTNEY2)
  Prof C McCartney
Applications accepted all year round

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This project will examine the growth and development of biometrics within law enforcement from a socio-legal perspective, complementing a growing body of research within the field of ‘forensic biometrics’.
  Forensic Evidence and Case Attrition in the England and Wales Criminal Justice System (SF19/LAW/MCCARTNEY1)
  Prof C McCartney
Applications accepted all year round

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This research will focus upon the perennial issue of the discontinuation of criminal cases, looking specifically at those cases that include forensic evidence, which have been passed to prosecuting authorities for decisions to charge and progress.
  The Evolving Marriage Within a Latent Legal Framework: A time for Change? (SF19/LAW/CLAYTON-HELM)
  Dr L Clayton-Helm, Prof R Arthur
Applications accepted all year round

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With over half of the population of England and Wales over the age of 16, married or in a civil partnership, it is evident that marriage remains a fundamental part of many people’s lives.
  Women in the Legal Profession: Comparative analysis between China and the United Kingdom (Advert Reference: SF19/LAW/SHEN)
  Prof A Shen
Applications accepted all year round

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Academic research in the developed West has paid much attention to women in the legal world – the judiciary and the legal profession.
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