Leicester Law School

Research Projects

  • Arbitration in the Americas
    This project, led by Tony Cole, presents a report on arbitration in the Americas supported by the ICC International Court of Arbitration and the Organization of American States.
  • Developing Legal Literacy with Children in Key Stage 2
    Undergraduate law students designed, produced and delivered workshops in schools to develop children’s ‘legal literacy’.
    The aim of the project is to improve children’s ‘legal capability’ – in other words, their ability to deal effectively with the law-related problems they come across in their everyday lives using the theories of play and games.
  • Law in Children’s Lives
    Law in Children’s Lives is an ESRC-funded project using video games to explore how far children understand law as an empowering force in their day-to-day lives.
  • Midlands Medical Law Consortium
    The Midlands Medical Law Consortium is an interdisciplinary group which involves participants from the fields of law, ethics, philosophy, theology, sociology, medicine and political theory, faith groups and patients' representatives.

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