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Southampton Law School

Research Centres and Institutes

The Law School's international reputation has been enhanced through the work of a selection of research centres and institutes, each devoted to a particular specialism in law. In some cases we benefit from input from colleagues in other parts of the University. Similarly, individual staff from the School of Law may contribute to research centres elsewhere in the University or the wider scientific community.

Our centres and institutes run seminars throughout the academic year.  To see the upcoming seminars available please visit the websites below.

Health Ethics & Law

Leading research group exploring the nature of Health Care Law, its production and impact.

iCLIC

Expertise in key domains such as IT law, e-commerce, IT law and public policy.

Centre for Global Constitutionalism

Institution for Global Constitutionalism (GlobCon), an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal dedicated to global and transnational aspects of human rights, democracy, and the rule of law.

Associated research centre 

Members of the Law School also contribute to the Institute of Criminal Justice

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