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Law (22)

  Leeds Law School

  Leeds Law School

 Self-Funded PhD Students Only

About the Programme

Research is an integral part of Leeds Law School's activities. We have expertise in a wide variety of legal areas and we are able to supervise research degrees in the following areas:

• Legal Education including pedagogy

• European Union Law

• International Trade Law

• Criminal Law and Justice

• Human Rights Law

• Equality Law

• Law and Terrorism/Security

• Medical Law including Mental Health

• Tort Law

Please get in touch with Dr Doug Morrison outlining your research proposal for an initial informal discussion as to whether we have the right expertise to take on your project and support you on your research journey.

Throughout your research you will be supported by a supervisory team of at least two experienced academics as well as a university wide Graduate Schools (which offers a significant amount of training for all stages of your work).

This is an exciting time for Leeds Law School as we are developing a research profile in international human rights and development and Transnational Justice. Please see below current research interests of three colleagues:

Dr Agata Fijalkowski's work concerns Transnational Justice and genocide and war crimes. She has a particular focus on images around connected legal trials. It contends that these photographs 'speak legally'. The work's distinct novelty lies in unravelling the cultural, historical, and political implications of visualising law from the images themselves

Funding Notes

The PhD opportunities on this programme do not have funding attached. You will need to have your own means of paying fees and living costs and / or seek separate funding from student finance, charities or trusts.

Register your interest for this programme

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