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Law PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students

We have 35 Law PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students

CISRUL PhD studentship to start in October 2024

UK Constitutionalism and Economic Performance. Comparative Perspectives. The UK is, in several respects, an outlier among modern constitutional democracies. Read more

PhD Opportunities in the Faculty of Business and Law

The Open University Business and Law Schools invite applications to join our PhD programme beginning 1 February 2025.  Your application should be based on one of the advertised projects. Read more
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AI meets Crime Linkage

GTA funded PhD studentship in Computing. Highlights. This project will lay the essential foundations for implementing crime linkage AI-based decision-support tools in law enforcement settings, which can further help to identify hidden crimes. Read more
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PhD in the area of Child and Family Law Policy

We invite applications and proposals for a PhD in the area of Child and Family Law and Policy, addressing one or more of the following themes. Read more

Swansea University International Postgraduate Research Excellence Scholarships 2024

The Swansea University International Postgraduate Research Excellence Scholarship (SUIPRES) is a competitively awarded scholarship scheme open to overseas PhD and Professional Doctorate applicants, who are eligible for the international rate of tuition fees and can demonstrate excellence in academic achievement. 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
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FAIROmics - PhD fellowship in law, “Legal Aspects of Open Science: FAIROmics as a Case Study”.

About the Project. Plant-based dairy and meat alternatives have grown in popularity in recent years for various reasons, including sustainability and health benefits, as well as lifestyle trends and dietary restrictions. Read more

Funded Studentship for Applicants with a Link to Cumbria (KEN24/MPEE/HOWATSON)

This opportunity is only available to students classed as UK students. International students are not eligible. Northumbria University is delighted to offer fully-funded three year studentships specific to applicants who have a link to Cumbria. Read more

UCL SECReT: The International Training Centre for Security and Crime Research Degrees

UCL's Security Science Doctoral Research Training Centre (UCL SECReT) was founded in 2009 with support from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (ESRC) and an array of public and private sector organisations working in crime reduction security and law enforcement. Read more

Law PhD

Join a vibrant research community, a supportive environment, and many opportunities to engage critically with academic research and contemporary issues. Read more

PGR Opportunities at University of Strathclyde 2024

Founded in 1796 as a ‘place of useful learning' the University of Strathclyde is a leading technological University based in the heart of Glasgow. Read more

Island Nations Going Under: Submerged Statehood, Legal Protections Beyond Refugee Status.

Anthropocentric climate change exhibits asymmetric impacts on specific States, particularly those that endured economic, social, and political exploitation during the colonial era and underwent extensive fossil-fuel-based industrialisation. Read more

International Refugee Law

The 1951 convention relating to the status of refugees and its 1967 protocol make a claim to universality, not just in aspiring for universal ratification (about ¾ done...) but in crafting a general definition of a 'refugee' which, in principle, should be similarly construed irrespective of their country of origin or indeed the country in which they seek asylum. Read more

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