Our core research is supported by four main centres, providing direction and guidance for staff and students with common interests.
Having specialised research centres at the School of Law allows us ensure our research is focused and makes a real impact, both within the University and the wider community.
Research at ManReg works to address regulatory issues in areas such as the environment, policing, intellectual property and biotechnology.
Our international law expertise covers a range of areas including international trade, armed conflicts and cyber security.
CCCJ is a hub for our criminology experts to conduct research into some of today's important issues around topics such as drug abuse, violence and organised crime.
Experts at CSEP are leading the ethical research of today's healthcare and legal debates in areas such as assisted suicide and euthanasia, mental health and capacity issues, and reproduction.