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Our research

We believe that law as a discipline in Britain and the Global North has traditionally failed to address questions of race, despite considerable societal interest, instead focusing on questions of equality as confined to the fields of human rights or discrimination law. 

Our research leads the way in the development of rigorous, race-conscious critical analyses of a range of areas of law. Our current work includes:

  • 'From Love to Justice: The Role of Family in Death in Custody Cases' (Dr Nadine El-Enany, Leverhulme Fellowship funded project)
  • 'Making Land Liquid: The Temporality of Race and Title Registration' (Sarah Keenan, Leverhulme Fellowship funded project)