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In September 2014, Centre of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law (CIMEL) hosted the launch of a new research programme of the Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies.
2nd October 2014
SOAS, University of London graduate Maggie Muthama is using her passion for baking to help marginalised women in Kenya engage with social economics.
23rd September 2014
The SOAS Academic Summer School 2014 built on the success of last year and doubled student figures. This year's intake of students attended nine courses, covering areas such as development, politics, migration, Jawi, culture and society, law and Arabic.
5th August 2014
SOAS-led legal discoveries endorsed by Justice Goldstone reinforce Summit efforts to end sexual violence in conflict
A five-year research project led by SOAS, University of London on a collection of World War II archives, held in secret for sixty years, has been published in a new paper which questions the assumption today that rape was not prosecuted as a war crime until after the post-Yugoslavia wars of the 1990s.
9th June 2014
4th June 2014
Banyan: SOAS Advocates, a network of SOAS students providing pro bono legal and policy research, were called upon by the Corporate Responsibility Coalition (CORE) to provide post- Kiobel support.
19th May 2014
A group of LLM School of Law students put their law skills into practice last month when they represented SOAS, University of London at the 21st Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot in Vienna.
16th May 2014
Mashood Baderin, Professor of Law at SOAS, University of London has participated in two key events for promoting and protecting human rights, which includes becoming a member of the Foreign Office Advisory Group on freedom of religion or belief.
30th April 2014
SOAS LLM International Law students visited the Baltic Exchange in the City of London earlier this week to trace the history of the Baltic Exchange and its role in international trade.
13th March 2014
SOAS Professor urges Government of the Sudan to issue reports on September oil subsidy demonstrations in his recent mission to the country
Mashood Baderin, Professor of Law at SOAS, University of London, has completed his fourth mission to the Sudan in his capacity as the UN Independent Expert on human rights in the Sudan.
5th March 2014
Mashood A. Baderin, Professor of Law at SOAS, University of London, is currently visiting Sudan on his fourth mission to study the country’s human rights situation.
12th February 2014
Professor Wael Hallaq, author of Shari‘a: Theory, Practice, Transformations (2009) and one of the leading experts in Islamic Law, from Columbia University will be speaking at SOAS, University of London about Shari’a law and its internal logic.
30th January 2014
Leading international law firm, Clifford Chance, has offered a total of seven London training contracts to students studying law at SOAS, University of London in 2012/13.
6th January 2014
A new journal by Oxford University Press, the London Review of International Law, jointly edited by SOAS, University of London School of Law and London School of Economics and Political Science, has been published.
15th November 2013
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