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Research at University of Bradford School of Law

Research is a central part of the School of Law's activity.

We are committed to producing the highest quality research while recognising the important relationship between excellence in research and in teaching.

Research seminars

Throughout the academic year, the School of Law hosts a series of research seminars. These sessions are open to all staff and students and allow members of the School of Law to present details of their current research.

Our staff are engaged in legal and socio-legal research across a broad range of subject areas. The seminars are an excellent opportunity to learn about this work, offering you an insight into the latest research at the forefront of law which could assist with your own work and dissertation choices. 

Research interests

Our academics have a wealth of knowledge in the following areas:

  • European Law
  • Employment Law
  • Human Rights
  • Public International Law
  • Sport and the Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Law and Literature
  • Intellectual Property
  • Competition Law
  • Sustainable Development Law
  • Medical Law

Details of individual research interests can be found on our staff pages.

Initial enquiries should be directed to the research coordinator for the School of Law, Dr Sanna Elfving: