20 October 2023
The University of Law announces new podcast hosted by esteemed journalist
On Tuesday 17 October, The University of Law was delighted to announce its forthcoming podcast series The Judges: Power, Politics and the People, featuring some of the UK’s top judges.
Several former Lord Chief Justices will take part in a ground-breaking video podcast series to be launched on Tuesday 24 October.
Hosted by Frances Gibb, esteemed journalist and former legal editor of The Times, in partnership with The University of Law, the series will feature the ten most senior former judges in England and Wales of the last three decades. Each guest will give their verdicts on the politics, power shifts and prospects for the legal system.
Across ten interviews, the series will ask: who are the men and women who reached the pivotal positions at the top of the justice system? What do they feel about their time in office, their key decisions and dealings with ministers?
The series will feature the former Lord Chief Justices Lord Woolf, Lord Phillips of Worth Matravers, Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury, Lord Judge, Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd and Lord Burnett of Maldon.
The series will launch on Tuesday 24 October featuring an interview with Lord Woolf.
BSBI Provost and Chief Academic Officer receives EdFalcon Global Award 2024
On Friday 23 February, Professor Dr Kyriakos Kouveliotis, Provost and Chief Academic Officer at the Berlin School of Business and Innovation, received the ‘Inspiring Education Administrator of the Year 2024 (Higher Education)’ award at the EdFalcon Global Awards, held at the EdTalk World Conference in India.
SMU announces new partnership with University College of the Cayman Islands
On Friday 2 February, St. Matthews University announced that it has partnered with the University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI) to streamline the path for Caymanian students to receive their Doctor of Medicine or Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degrees.
UE announces collaboration with Helwan University
On Thursday 22 February, the University of Europe for Applied Sciences announced it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Helwan University (HU).