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PhD Students

PhD students at The Open University Law School are engaged in researching a wide range of cutting-edge issues with real-world impact

Lex Technica as a New Legal Order

PhD research by Ioana Bratu

Enforcing climate change domestically in South Asia, relying internationally

PhD research by Nishant Beniwal

An analysis of the extent to which UK has been able to safeguard women's rights from cyberstalking and cyberharassment during the COVID-19 pandemic.

PhD research by Sandisha Drepaul

Measuring the Impact of Clinical Legal Education on Graduate Career Trajectories

PhD research by Alina Kislova

A Critical Analysis of Italy’s Responsibility under International Human Rights Law: A case study of pull-back measures and the arbitrary detention of refugees in Libya

PhD research by Iyanuloluwa Kolawole

Consent as a Legitimising Factor for the Processing of Personal Data and ‘Big Data’ for the Purposes of Profiling and Risk Analytics within the General Insurance Industry. Does it still have a place?

PhD research by Michael Lewis

The Herculean Referee in the Age of Technology

PhD research by Fred Motson

Public Opinion and the Nineteenth-Century Bar: Mixed Reviews?

PhD research by Edward Rees

Women and Ethnic Minorities in Modern Law

PhD research by Leona Samuda

The future of COSPAR Planetary Protection Guidelines: Space Governance and Astrobiology

PhD research by Scott Steele

Understanding judicial hearing: Children's participation in international child abduction proceedings in England and Wales

PhD research by Allison Wolfreys