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Centre for Law, Science and Policy

CLSP Homepage Image 300x250 - Digitised weighing scales The Centre for Law, Science and Policy was established to reflect the School of Law’s growing interest in various intersections of law, science, technologies, and associated policy-making.

Members actively engage in scholarship, education and partnerships that seek to better understand how law, science, and technologies interact in the modern world, and to promote policies that enable these varied disciplines to collaborate and solve global challenges.

The Centre shares interests with the School of Law’s other research centres, the Centre for American Legal Studies and the Centre for Human Rights.


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Our Academics and Scholarship

Our academic members undertake multi-disciplinary research that aims to inform the resolution of global challenges.
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Our Student Research Community

We have a thriving PhD student community and offer various opportunities for undergraduate students across the world to get involved.
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Our External Outreach

Our members work with various experts and organisations to generate and disseminate knowledge.
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Updates From The Centre

Find out about the latest news and contact information from the Centre for Law, Science and Policy, including our regular seminar series.
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Birmingham City University, School of Law,The Curzon Building, 4 Cardigan Street, B47 BD, Birmingham, United Kingdom.