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Southampton IT lawyers lead international debate on privacy and security

24 October 2014

Leading IT lawyers from around the world met in Lisbon to discuss current topics at the latest conference of the International Association of IT Lawyers (IAITL) in October 2014, organised by members of the Southampton Law School’s Institute for Law and the Web (ILAWS).


Gard Prize rewards outstanding work by Southampton LLM Maritime Law student

13 October 2014

UK Managing Director of international marine insurance company Gard, Andre Kroneberg, has presented the 2014 Gard Prize to LLM Maritime Law student Jingwen Zheng. She achieved the highest marks in the Carriage of Goods by Sea postgraduate module taught by academic lawyers at the University of Southampton’s Institute of Maritime Law (IML).


Innovating at the Frontiers: The Postgraduate Bioethics Conference 2014

6 October 2014

HEAL PGRs Alexander Chrysanthou and Emma Nottingham recently hosted the 8th Annual Postgraduate Bioethics Conference at the University of Southampton. The Conference theme was ‘Health Law and Bioethics at the Frontiers of Innovation’. The two-day event was attended by a range of national and international students and academics from different disciplines, including philosophy, law, sociology, humanities, medicine and biomedical science.


Annual Faculty Employability, Enterprise and Engagement reception

6 October 2014

Employers from the local area as well as London and further afield gathered at the Southampton Boat Show last Thursday at the annual Faculty Employability, Enterprise and Engagement reception.


Dr Alexandros X.M. Ntovas, presents paper at the European Society of International Law Conference

9 September 2014

Dr Ntovas, Lecturer at the University of Southampton Law School and Member of the Institute of Maritime Law, delivered a paper at the 10th Anniversary Conference of the European Society of International Law, which took place in Vienna on 4-6 September 2014 and it was hosted by the University of Vienna; organised by its Law School’s Section for International Law and International Relations in cooperation with the European Society of International Law.


ILAWS member teaches IT law to City lawyers

21 August 2014

Neil Brown, a PhD student with ILAWS and senior lawyer to a global telecommunications company, taught an audience of City lawyers at the prestigious IT Law Summer School at the University of Cambridge.


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Academic journal edited by ILAWS member recognised for its influence

31 July 2014

Leading academic journal Computer Law and Security Review (CLSR) has now achieved second place in the Google Scholar rankings for Technology Law Publications worldwide, an honour that reflects the visibility and influence of recent articles in its pages.


Presenting the Southampton Law School team for the 15th International Maritime Law Arbitration Moot (IMLAM)

10 July 2014

Having hosted IMLAM in July 2013, the University of Southampton is proud to continue its support to this competition this year, by sending a team to the competition in Hong Kong. The IMLAM moot is well established as the preeminent maritime law moot globally. It is well supported by the maritime industry and maritime law firms. In Hong Kong, the ‘mooters’ are looking forward to a challenging event as well as some opportunities for networking with colleagues from all around the world.


Dr Alexandros X.M. Ntovas delivers seminar for the Attorney General’s Chambers of Malaysia

7 July 2014

Dr Alexandros X.M. Ntovas was invited by the Attorney General’s Chambers of Malaysia to deliver two 3-hour long lectures on the legal regulation of laid-up ships and the decommission of offshore installations, in the context of a seminar on the protection of the marine environment with a view to critically assessing the current national, regional and international law on marine pollution.


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Southampton Law School Open Days

5 July 2014

On Friday 4th July, the Law School welcomed prospective new students and their guests on campus for the first of our July Open Days, with a few surprising additions!