We consider the future of Wales, the UK's legal ties with Europe and disputes on the high seas
The Institute of International Shipping and Trade Law promotes research and teaching of the highest standard in the fields of international shipping and trade law. It also fosters co-operation with academic institutions and professional organisations in law, commerce, shipping, insurance and business information.
The institute supports the LLM programmes in International Shipping and Trade Law, supervises research students, organises seminars and conferences, and offers consultancy services and training and distance learning programmes for the shipping industry. It also liaises with national and international policy-making organisations.
The Hywel Dda Institute leads research under the broad heading of "Legal Wales". Its intellectual remit includes constitutional law and devolution, the statutory output of the National Assembly of Wales, language rights, law and policy, legal history, and the application of international, European and UK law in Wales. Its mission is to contribute to "Legal Wales" through research and scholarship of international excellence.
Prif swyddogaeth Sefydliad Hywel Dda yw hyrwyddo ymchwil ac iddo ragoriaeth ryngwladol sydd yn ymwneud â dimensiwn Cymreig y gyfraith, a thrwy hynny gyfrannu tuag at gynnal a datblygu ‘Cymru’r Gyfraith’. Bydd gan y Sefydliad rôl arbennig wrth ddatblygu ysgolheictod cyfrwng-Cymraeg o fewn Prifysgol Abertawe ac yn genedlaethol.
The Centre for Criminal Justice and Criminology is a focus for criminological research and teaching and for collaboration with other schools, universities and other partners. It promotes, conducts and disseminates research of international significance using an inter-disciplinary and intercollegiate approach.
Research interests include offender rehabilitation, crime prevention, youth justice, anti-social behaviour, sex work, sex offenders, children’s rights, corporate regulation, and devolution. The centre has an active community of postgraduate research students and welcomes enquiries from potential applicants.
The Centre for Global Legal Priorities (CGLP) aims to produce research dealing with the changing nature of international law. Centre members believe that international law will play an increasing role in regulating human affairs. A robust form of law transcending borders is needed to deal with many of the challenges humanity now faces. The centre, working with researchers in Development Economics and Politics, is looking at two themes: