Faculty of Business and Law Research Conference
On Thursday 17 September, the Faculty of Business and Law will be holding its first ever Faculty Research Conference. The one-day conference presents the ongoing research of over 50 academics, organised in 14 panels and workshops.
Professor Paul Edwards (Birmingham Business School) will lead a plenary discussion on his critical reflections on the processes of producing and publishing leading research. Should you require any further details, please do not hesitate to email Professor Steven Griggs or Jan Holland.
Click here to download the conference programme
Leading research with a social conscience
Business and Law has a thriving research community spread across the faculty’s two schools, with many staff recognised as international leaders in their fields. In the Research Assessment Exercise 2008, more than 70 per cent of the faculty’s submitted research was recognised internationally in terms of originality, significance and rigour, with 25 per cent of the submission ranked as ‘internationally excellent’ or ‘world-leading’.
Key areas in Leicester Business School include local governance, health policy, comparative housing, human resource management, organisational behaviour, small ethnic-minority business and entrepreneurship. The Leicester De Montfort Law School has strong research in medical law, criminal justice, administrative justice, mental health law, commercial law, international human rights, consumer law and sports law.
Research in Leicester De Montfort Law School has made important contributions in a number of areas including environmental liability, the protection of children and vulnerable groups, links between alcohol and crime. The school is also a founding member of the new Midlands Health Law Consortium.
Leicester Business School Occasional Paper Series
The Leicester Business School Occasional Papers reflect the scholarship and research of staff, postgraduates and others associated with the school. Many of the papers take the form of preliminary reports of research in progress or explorations of theoretical ideas. Publication of such work in the Occasional Papers series is intended to stimulate discussion and generate constructive criticism. Later versions of the work which respond to such discussion and criticism are likely to be published elsewhere.
2014/15 Research Briefing
Download the 2014/15 Research Briefing
Past research briefings
Download the 2013/14 Research Briefing
Download the 2012 Research Briefing
Download the 2011 Research Briefing