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.
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.
Two BBC and Open University co-productions have earned BAFTA nominations in the current affairs and factual series categories.
Appearing in court without representation is becoming increasingly common. But is it a sensible strategy?
The reform finally brings the divorce process into the 21st century.
On average refugees around the world spend over 20 years in exile and some may not be able to eventually return at all.
Vice-Chancellor’s statement on the invasion of Ukraine
‘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.
We are offering an exciting opportunity to join our team of Associate Lecturers delivering our range of law modules on the LLB degree.
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