Prof Hervey gives Keynote at European Commission Conference: 50 Years of EU Pharma legislation


Professor Tamara Hervey is giving the keynote presentation at the  ’50 Years of EU Pharma legislation: Achievements and future perspectives’ conference today 28th Septmeber 2015. Find out more about the conference which is being streamed live here:

Sheffield Law School supporting Project Paddington

Academic staff in Sheffield Law School, Dr Alexandra Bohm and Dr Brid Ni Ghrainne, have written an information sheet for children participating in Sheffield-based Project Paddington and their parents. Their expertise in international law is helping us to understand the rights of the world’s refugees – nearly half of whom are children. In just five days, Project Paddington has attracted support from hundreds of schools, across the UK and beyond. We…

Student satisfaction – join a winning Law School!

In the School of Law, the student experience is key. The results of the National Student Survey (NSS) 2015 confirm the quality of teaching and learning. The School of Law achieved a tremendous 89% student satisfaction, placing us in the top 10 Russell Group Law Schools in England. 93% of students think staff are good at explaining things 92% of students feel that the course is intellectually stimulating 90% of…

Professor Plomer examines thesis for the University of Toulouse France.

Professor Aurora Plomer was asked to examine Aurélie Mahalatchimy’s PhD thesis on the ‘Impact of European Union law on the regulation of advanced therapy medicinal products in France and in the UK’.  Aurélie is now working at the University of Sussex. To be appointed as a thesis examiner for the University in Toulouse in France is very prestigious and recognises Professor Plomers expertise. Aurélie who was awarded the PhD is…

Pablo Castillo has been talking about ‘EU Treaties and the Judicial Politics of National Courts’

On 9th July Dr Pablo Castillo was invited to give a seminar at the Faculty of Law of the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spanish most highly ranked law school. The seminar was entitled “EU Treaties and the Judicial Politics of National Courts”, and consisted on a discussion about his PhD dissertation (forthcoming with Routledge), after it was awarded the prize to the best thesis read in the Politics Department of…

Re:New – rejuvenating our city centre

Re:New is a scheme aiming to bring vacant buildings back into use, resulting in a fresher, more appealing look to the city centre.  New occupiers receive grants and are mentored by experts to help their new business be a success. Staff and students at the School of Law have been involved in this initiative.  Professor Sarah Blandy and Louise Glover mentored three recent Law graduates who had a month’s internship with Nabarro….

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