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We are a busy, dynamic school with a great deal of activity across our research, academic and student communities. Here you can find a selection of our latest news stories.

York Law School students support small businesses with legal advice during lockdown

Posted on Monday 18 January 2021

Law students are offering free legal advice to small businesses online to help people during the coronavirus pandemic.

Sam Pegram Human Rights Placement Award

Posted on Tuesday 1 December 2020

Sam Pegram Human Rights Placement Award

PhD Funding Opportunities

Posted on Thursday 19 November 2020

Looking for PhD Funding Opportunities in 2021/22

Blog Symposium on Norm-Compliance in Armed Conflict: New Avenues to Generate Respect for Humanitarian Norms

Posted on Thursday 22 October 2020

Bog symposium responds to the necessity to reflect on novel avenues of compliance generation and aims to showcase innovative thinking in this field.

Constitutional Challenges in the Field of Financial Regulation (webinar)

Posted on Monday 12 October 2020

Running over 4 days, starting Monday 19 October. It's organised as part of the York-Maastricht Partnership project on constitutional challenges of EU regulation.

Chevening Scholarship

Posted on Thursday 1 October 2020

Scholarships to enable outstanding emerging leaders from all over the world to pursue a one-year Masters degree in the UK.

The EU Rights and Brexit Hub Clinic

Posted on Friday 18 September 2020

The EU Rights and Brexit Hub Clinic is open! First of its kind: a nation-wide, legal action research hub.

CAHR offers two scholarships for 2020/21 - Application deadline - 5.00pm Wednesday 15 July

Posted on Monday 15 June 2020

Have you applied to study with us at the Centre for Applied Human Rights in the academic year 2020/21 and hold a conditional or unconditional offer?

Judicial review and Covid-19

Posted on Monday 8 June 2020

Judicial review and Covid-19: reflections on the role of crowdfunding

York : Human Rights City

Posted on Friday 8 May 2020

HUMAN rights matter more than ever during the coronavirus crisis, campaigners say.