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Managing Exam & Assignment Stress: How the University of Brighton’s SSGTs Can Support Your Wellbeing

As exam and assignment submission season approach, it’s natural for students to feel stress and pressure around their studies. At the University of Brighton, we understand the importance of supporting our students not just academically, but also in terms of their mental and emotional wellbeing. In this blog post, we’ll explore practical strategies for managing…

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Eve outside Elm House

A day in the life of a second-year law student

Meet Eve, a second-year Law LLB(Hons) student, who shares an insight into what it’s like to study law at Brighton Law School in her own words. A day in my life Thursday is my busiest day at the University of Brighton with three sessions, all two hours long. I would say that Thursday is my…

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Undergraduate annual law lecture

The future of the legal profession, event insights from law student Eve

Freshers week at the University of Brighton isn’t typically synonymous with deep discussions about the future of the legal profession, technology and AI, but the second annual undergraduate law lecture proved to be an exception. While I’m sure a significant number of the 200 attendees would rather be getting ready for a night out to…

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Nicholas Griffin KC guest lecture

Postgraduate annual law lecture from leading barrister

The School of Business and Law welcomed Nicholas Griffin KC (King’s Counsel) to speak to our law students about justice and law.  His guest lecture, titled: Justice and the law in the wake of disaster, gathered a large group Brighton Law School students and staff. The keynote talk focused on Nicholas’ experience of working in…

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Brighton Law School team on the charity walk

Brighton Law School raise money for legal organisations supporting the local community

On Wednesday 13 September, lecturers from Brighton Law School joined more than 100 members of the local legal community in taking part in the annual Brighton Legal Walk. Jack Thompson, Kate Hunter, Isilay Taban, Laura Walker and Jo Smith walked 10km around Brighton with judges, lawyers and members of legal advice organisations to raise money…

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Students outside Elm House, home to the School of Business and Law

Fourth in the UK for economics – we’re up in the Guardian 2024 league tables

The results are in and the School of Business and Law has climbed up the Guardian University Guide 2024 league tables. The university overall now stands at 70 in the Guardian’s national league table, up from 92 last year. In the past five years we’ve moved up by more than 40 places. Subject specific results…

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Three summer school students smiling in their graduation gowns

Business and law summer school success

We welcomed 20 students on campus earlier this month to attend a three-day business and law summer school. Our summer school is a chance for year 12 students to take part in a free project-based university experience. Students get a taste of what to expect if they choose to come to uni, as well as…

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Two professionals working together

New partnership with local law practice

The School of Business and Law is excited to announce a new collaboration with Stowe Family Law Brighton. Stowe Family Law specialise in divorce, dissolution of civil partnerships and associated matters, including financial settlements and arrangements for children. They also have expertise in care proceedings and adoption. Stowe are offering the highest performing Brighton Law…

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At the screening of ‘The Mauritanian’ at the University of Brighton on April 28, 2023: Andy Worthington, Law Lecturer Sara Birch, Mohamedou Ould Slahi, Steve Wood, and Lottie Newcombe and Hannah Klein, the two law students who organised the event.

University welcomes former Guantanamo detainee to meet with law students

Former Guantanamo detainee Mohamedou Ould Slahi was welcomed to meet with law students at the University of Brighton. ​​On 28 April 2023, over 100 students and guests attended an event organised by law lecturer Sara Birch and two second year law students, Hannah Klein and Lottie Newcombe (members of the Brighton University Amnesty Society) in…

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Guests laughing at a Women in Leadership event

Women in Leadership series

Our Women in Leadership series is an initiative to showcase women leading transformational change. This representation is inspirational and critical to advancing gender equity. Inclusivity This series addresses the identified necessity for visible role models, through guest speakers and training. The Women in Leadership series also strengthens the School of Business and Law’s mission and…

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