Law news and events
Here are the recent news and event highlights:
Derby Law School is commissioning artwork
26 May 2015
We're looking to commission new pieces of artwork for Derby Law School. All entries must be received by Friday 26 June 2015.
Read the full submission requirements
University’s unique deal to help modernise Malaysian Police
17 March 2015
Every police officer in Malaysia will have their training accredited by the University of Derby, in what is thought to be the first ever such partnership between a foreign country and a UK university.
Tutor Q&A - Louise Pinder, Associate Lecturer
Louise Pinder is HM Assistant Coroner in Derby and teachers our Coroners Court module as an associate lecturer. We talked to her about the role of Coroner and what key information she tries to pass on to students.
Pro Bono Work for Domestic Abuse Victims
The Pathway Project is a Staffordshire-based charity, which offers support to women and men experiencing domestic and sexual abuse. Our students undertake pro bono work for the project. We talked to Kathy Coe, the Project's Founder and Director, to find out more about how our students are helping her clients.
Geldards Recognises Top Legal Students
21 January 2015
Two of our highest achieving law students have been recognised with special awards by Derby-based law firm Geldards.
Mentoring in Action
Third year LLB student, Alex Cherry, is currently being mentored by Andrew Cochrane, Senior Partner at Flint Bishop Solicitors. We spoke to both of them about their experiences of mentoring and their impressions of Derby Law School.