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News 2023

From Noma to Health for All

Posted on Thursday 11 May 2023

CAHR and YLS co-sponsor side event at the Seventy-Sixth World Health Assembly.

New studentship opportunity: Everyday Regulation. How do policies become practices?

Posted on Friday 31 March 2023

The Albert Centre for Doctoral Training is concerned with the design of interactive robotics for the Chemistry Laboratory. We are looking for a talented lawyer with a sound background in regulation and empirical socio-legal studies.

C and JB Morrell Trust Bursaries

Posted on Thursday 23 March 2023

4 Morrell Bursaries for the LLM in Legal and Political Theory

The York Local Plan

Posted on Thursday 9 March 2023

The York Local Plan and a plan for good ground for Gypsies and Travellers.

First Alumni Newsletter

Posted on Monday 13 February 2023

YLS is pleased to publish its first Alumni Newsletter.

ESRC WRDTP Studentship

Posted on Monday 6 February 2023

ESRC White Rose Doctoral Training Partnership has been awarded to York Law School. We are inviting applications for this funded PhD studentship.

York researchers take call for noma to be recognised as a neglected tropical disease to Houses of Parliaments

Posted on Friday 27 January 2023

On 11 January 2023, University of York researchers headed to the Houses of Parliament to raise awareness about the neglected disease, noma, and the ongoing campaign for its formal recognition by the World Health Organisation as a neglected tropical disease.

York Law School Academic appointed to two judicial appointments.

Posted on Friday 20 January 2023

Dr Phillip Morgan, Reader in Law (Associate Professor) at the University of York, following open competition through the Judicial Appointments Commission has been appointed to two part time (known as “fee-paid”) judicial appointments.