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The Snail that Never Was? 90 years on

How did a snail help establish the principles of the duty of care and the neighbour principle?

26th May 2022

OU to provide skills boost for local communities

The OU will partner with further education providers to provide high-quality, higher and technical education to more local communities across England, backed by £10 million of Government funding.

25th May 2022

Welcome to The Open University Law School’s Blog

Showcasing the wide variety of research, knowledge exchange and teaching activities that contribute to the life of the OU Law School.

25th May 2022

REF 2021 recognises 82% of OU research impact as ‘world-leading’ or ‘internationally excellent’

These results are a welcome acknowledgement of the impact of OU researchers’ work in transforming lives, shaping policy and tackling critical challenges across the UK's four nations and worldwide.

12th May 2022

BAFTA nominations for two BBC/OU programmes

Two BBC and Open University co-productions have earned BAFTA nominations in the current affairs and factual series categories.

5th May 2022

OU academics contribute to new BBC Ideas film: ‘Does it ever pay to represent yourself in court?’

Appearing in court without representation is becoming increasingly common. But is it a sensible strategy?

5th May 2022

No fault divorce: how the new law will reduce family conflict

The reform finally brings the divorce process into the 21st century.

12th April 2022

Governments, the law, and long-term issues for Ukrainian refugees

On average refugees around the world spend over 20 years in exile and some may not be able to eventually return at all.

12th April 2022

The war in Ukraine - message from our Vice-Chancellor

Vice-Chancellor’s statement on the invasion of Ukraine

7th April 2022

Conflict and Social Justice are topical discussions at Imagine! Festival

‘Creating Justice: Law, Art, and Activism’ was produced by the OU Law School and brought together a range of local artists who used their art in areas of activism around justice.

5th April 2022

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