24 August 2015
First year Law student Emily Moore has won the Ngoh Prize for Best Performance in Constitutional and Administrative Law for achieving the highest mark in this first year module. “It was a very interesting module and very relevant to many current world issues we see on the news,” she explains. The prize was donated by Law alumnus, Nicholas Ngoh LLB, who presented it to her at Law Graduation 2015.
7 July 2015
Southampton team at the 2015 International Maritime Law Arbitration Moot (IMLAM)
7 July 2015
Jadesola Ige, a student from the Law School has received a place on a Fulbright Study of the US Institute (SUSI) for Student Leaders to study at Indiana University on one of the most prestigious and selective summer scholarship programmes operating world-wide.
26 June 2015
This one day conference was held at the offices of Norton Rose Fulbright LLP the conference programme was organised by Dr Ozlem Gurses with some assistance by other IML members.
16 June 2015
Mark Goh, a second year student studying Law LLB at the Southampton Law School, has undertaken the revival and management of the Southampton Law School Rugby team.
28 May 2015
Over 80 Law School Alumni from the 1960’s through to 2013 attended an evening event last week kindly hosted by Simmons and Simmons at their London Office.
28 May 2015
Choosing a university that suits your lifestyle and educational needs can be challenging. We understand that deciding where to study is not simply about picking a course but is about making the best choice for your life journey! This means exploring the campus you will be taught on, the city you will be part of, the accommodation you will call home and much more.
6 May 2015
The Centre for Health, Ethics and Law (HEAL), part of the University of Southampton Law School, is pleased to welcome Professor Jonathan Montgomery on 7 May 2015.
15 April 2015
Students from the Southampton Law School clinched first prize at the Southern regional mooting finals in March. The competition was sponsored by 3PB, a top 30 ranked UK Chambers.
4 March 2015
A team of researchers from the Departments of Law and Engineering, in collaboration with Lloyd’s Register, the National Oceanography Centre (NOC) and other independent consultants, have signed a contract with the European Defence Agency to research the liability position in respect of accidents involving unmanned maritime vehicles.