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An overview of publications produced by the Centre for Applied Legal Research (CALR) at UWE Bristol.

Working Paper Series

We run a Working Paper Series enabling Bristol Law School staff to discuss their latest research findings on a range of topical issues. The series features original doctrinal and empirical research, which is of interest to academics, students and the wider community.

Dr Onita Das
Climate Change, the Environment and Armed Conflict (2015)

Dr Rachel Anne Fenton, Dr Helen L. Mott, Dr Kieran McCartan and Professor Philip N.S Rumney
A review of evidence for bystander intervention to prevent sexual and domestic violence in universities (2015)

Dr Lauren Devine and Stephen Parker
Rethinking Child Protection Strategy: Learning from Trends (2015)

Dr Noëlle Quénivet and Shilan Shah-Davis
Youth and Violence: Drawing Parallels between Child Soldiers and Youth in Gangs (2013)

Dr Sabine Hassler and Dr Noelle Quenivet
Business and Society Partnership Roundtable on ‘Leadership and Values’ (2012)

Dr Jona Razzaque
Business, Human Rights and the Environment: A Case Study of India (2011)

Jackie Jones
Trafficking of Women and Children in Wales 2010

Student Working Paper Series titles

Student Working Paper Series Number 1. April 2015

Student Law Review 2018

The UWE Bristol Student Law Review (UWESLR) showcases the best examples of undergraduate research by students on the Law and Joint Awards programmes.

Published annually, the UWESLR is intended to both promote high quality student work and enhance the sense of community amongst researchers within the Bristol Law School.

CALR Annual Reports

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