Our teaching, research, public events, conferences, affiliations and overall engagement continue to affirm (regionally, nationally and globally) the Faculty as a vibrant centre for critical, contextual, and cultural legal scholarship.

In fields as diverse as the narratives of climate change; environmental justice; ecological jurisprudence; critical theory; law and society; and law, culture and the humanities, the Faculty continues to lead, to make its mark and to make a difference.

Within this exciting and exploratory environment, our scholars are truly thought leaders, achieving research impacts that continue to affirm how we are punching above our weight in terms of publishing outputs, innovative and interdisciplinary collaborations – across and beyond the University – and an emerging grants strategy and success.