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Why is Durham Law School so poor at engaging with the North East?

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Dear Durham University,

1. Please can you tell me why your speakers so rarely come from the North East?

How many speakers who have delivered events for Durham Law School in 2020 and 2021 are from the North East as compared to from outside the North East?*

2. What % of students are from the North East at Durham Law School?

3. Please list all sources of public funding awarded to Durham Law School in 2019, 2020 and 2021. Where these are for a particular area of study please identify this.

4. Please provide the code of conduct for (a) students and (b) staff.

Yours faithfully,

Johan Briggs

*Obviously this does not include staff.

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ACCESS I., Durham University

Dear Johan Briggs

 

Thank you for your request for information from Durham University.
Colleagues have provided the information below in response to your
questions.

 

1. Please can you tell me why your speakers so rarely come from the North
East?

Information not held.

 

How many speakers who have delivered events for Durham Law School in 2020
and 2021 are from the North East as compared to from outside the North
East?*

Information not held.

 

2. What % of students are from the North East at Durham Law School?

 

  PR PT UG Total
% North East 7.84% 12.39% 6.50% 7.09%

 

The response is provided on the following basis:

o Law school students in the 2020/21 academic year as at our 1^st
December census point
o North East Domicile as determined by postcode on entry

 

3. Please list all sources of public funding awarded to Durham Law School
in 2019, 2020 and 2021.  Where these are for a particular area of study
please identify this.

2020-2023: “From Report to Court: Crimes Against Older People”
(£126,765.00 from The British Academy) investigated by Hannah Bows

2019-2020: “Performing Identities: Post-Brexit Northern Ireland and the
reshaping of 21st Century Governance” (£29,263.86 from ESRC Centre for
Social and Economic Research on Innovation in Genomics (INNOGEN))
investigated by Aoife O'Donoghue

2019-2022: “The #metoo Momentum And Its Aftermath: Digital Justice Seeking
And Societal And Legal Responses” (£56,115.45 from Marianne and Marcus
Wallenberg Foundation) investigated by Clare McGlynn

2018-2020: “Sexual Violence at UK Music Festivals” (£9,001.00 from The
British Academy) investigated by Hannah Bows

2017-2021: “Revenge Pornography - The implications for law reform”
(£15,059.74 from Australian Research Council) investigated by Clare
McGlynn

2018-2021: “Freedom of Conscience – Emerging Challenges and Future
Prospects” (£165,000.00 from British Academy) investigated by Ian Leigh

2020-2021: “Ethical advice and ethics committees in the pandemic”
(£22,621.97 from British Academy) investigated by Emma Cave

2020: “MLR Seminar ‘The Horizontal Effect of Human Rights in the UK and
Beyond’” (£4,725.67 from Modern Law Review) investigated by Eleni
Frantziou

2020-2022: “Law at the Frontiers of Biomedicine” (£90,444.00 from
Leverhulme Trust) investigated by Shaun Pattinson

2019-2020: “Scottish Parliament Fellowship - Criminal justice responses to
elder abuse” (£17,509.51 from Scottish Government) investigated by Hannah
Bows

2019-2020: “Labour/data justice in the global South: innovative regulation
of domestic work in Mexico” (£34,320.12 from GCRF Scheme - Research
England) investigated by Deirdre McCann

2019: “Critiquing approaches to countering extremism” (£5,849.00 from Home
Office – UK Government) investigated by Helen Fenwick

 

4. Please provide the code of conduct for (a) students and (b) staff.

Information not held.

 

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Durham University

 

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