Research studentships in Law & Criminology
The Middlesex Law School, under its newly appointed Dean, Professor Joshua Castellino, has an international reputation for the quality of its research. The Doctoral Institute, headed by Professor William Schabas, provides high quality research training and supervision in a vibrant multi-disciplinary environment. The Law and Criminology Departments have a reputation for outstanding research in several fields.
Applications are welcomed in the following areas: international and human rights law, including minority rights, international criminal law and evidence, global trade, intellectual property and development; political violence, corruption and white collar and corporate crime; youth offending; comparative constitutional law; land law and property rights; EU law, particularly governance, single market law and media regulation; migration law, citizenship and multiculturalism; discrimination law especially as it concerns race and religion; employment law, including whistleblowing laws and practice, and the history of trade union legislation; academic practice and legal education.