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Law School alumni Harrie Austin-Jones and Liam Chin are celebrating receiving scholarships from Gray’s Inn (one of the four Inns of Court in London) designed to support its members during their pupillage.
A new three-part series ‘The Women Who Changed Modern Scotland’ will tell the story of women who had a role in shaping Scotland over the last 50 years. The series is supported by the Faculty of Business and Law with relevance to a number of qualifications and modules.
The Open University confirms the appointment of Dewi Knight to the role of Director of PolicyWISE, the OU’s major new public policy initiative, whose academic home will be in the Faculty of Business and Law.
Findings from Operation Soteria Bluestone, a report launched in 2021 as a response to the government End-to-End Rape Review, have revealed several areas that urgently need addressing in the investigations of rape and other sexual offences (RAOSO).
Over the past year, academics from the OU Business and Law Schools have acted as consultants to a range of fascinating shows, co-produced by The Open University and the BBC. Watch this short video which captures some of the collaborations between the BBC and FBL academics.