Dr Ayesha Shahid explores the question of whether international human rights and labour standards can provide protection and empowerment to migrant Filipino domestic workers through the feminist concept of ‘women’s agency’.
by Dr Ayesha Shahid, Assistant Professor and Associate Member of the Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations. Dr Ayesha Shahid in her recently co- authored article with Professor Shaheen Sardar Ali (University of Warwick) and Dr Justin Jones (Oxford University) available in Jahrbuch für islamische Rechtswissenschaft (Yearbook of Islamic Law), edited by Cefli Ademi […]
This blogpost presents ongoing research into the opportunities and challenges for the new European Union Forest Strategy for 2030, using the Laurissilva forest situated in Madeira, Portugal, as a case study example. The rationale for the research is highlighted together with key issues that will be explored in the research.
This year, Coventry Law School is celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the Coventry Law Journal. To mark the occasion, the Journal’s editors organised a special conference – ‘Legal Landmarks in the Life of the Coventry Law Journal’ – on 30 September and 1 October. The premise of the conference was for authors to revisit their […]
Dr Luo Li explains the basis of her paper on artificial intelligence in the fashion industry and her analysis of it from an intellectual property perspective.
Alex Simmonds explains how his current research around commercial space travel and informed consent has directly impacted the new Space Industry Regulations 2021.
Rebecca Gladwin-Geoghegan offers some reflections on legal education during the pandemic, whilst advocating that responding to the pandemic has exposed avenues to positively develop legal education provision in the future.
Recently Coventry Law School carried out a 3-day virtual International Commercial Law Conference, which enabled students to develop intercultural competencies by collaborating with each other and lecturers from partner Universities. This included Southwest University of Political Science and Law (SWUPL), in Chongqing, China and Nebrija University in Madrid.
The technology for autonomous vehicles is developing rapidly but is the law keeping pace? Read all about it here and watch the video of the talk by Dr. Siraj Shaikh.
The Environment Bill is key legislation for providing the direction of environmental law now that the UK has left the European Union and the transition period has ended. This blogpost focuses on two particular areas of concern within it: the creation of the Office of Environmental Protection (OEP) and biodiversity.