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Professor Sylvia Kierkegaard

Recognition for leading ILAWS member

16 April 2014

Professor Sylvia Kierkegaard, a specialist in cyber security and President of the International Association of IT Lawyers (IAITL) at the University of Southampton’s Institute for Law and the Web (ILAWS) has been included in a prestigious directory of researchers working in areas with the potential to contribute to UK and European policymaking.


Marine law

Institute of Maritime Law to feature in a major TV documentary

10 April 2014

A French film crew has visited the Law School to interview members of the Institute of Maritime Law for a 90 minute programme to be broadcast in Europe on the theme of globalisation and the economy of the sea.


Chinese and English Maritime Law Conference

24 March 2014

With China's pre-eminent position in global trade, its laws will shape the future of the shipping industry and modern trade.


Southampton lawyers on the road

5 March 2014

Law School academics are spreading the word around the world this month about studying at Southampton.


New Director of Southampton's Institute of Maritime Law

26 February 2014

Mikis Tsimplis, Professor of Oceanography and Maritime Law, has been appointed the new Director of the Institute of Maritime Law (IML) at the University of Southampton.


The quality of mercy? Shakespeare and the law

19 February 2014

A National Teaching Fellow and former UK Law Teacher of the Year will consider links between scholarship in the Law and the humanities at a talk at the Southampton Law School on 19 March.


Dr John Coggon

US lecture visit for HEAL member

8 February 2014

Dr John Coggon, Reader in Law and a member of Southampton Law School's Health, Ethics and Law research centre (HEAL), has delivered a talk on legal and ethical dimensions of public health in Georgetown Law, at Georgetown University in Washington DC.


Law graduates return to Southampton to inspire today's students

4 February 2014

Second year law students seized the opportunity to learn more about the realities of working in the profession during the 2014 Employability Skills Programme.


Computer Law and Security Review to be cited in SSCI

30 January 2014

Computer Law and Security Review founded and edited by Professor Steve Saxby of ILAWS has been admitted to the prestigious Social Science Citation Index (SSCI) in the Web of Science - reserved for the finest international and regional journals in their field. This is the first time that an academic journal specialising in Internet, computer and technology law has ever achieved this status.