Centre for Law and Social Justice

School of Law, University of Leeds

The Centre for Law and Social Justice explores the role that law has in addressing inequalities and achieving a more just society. It aims to generate research which addresses the global challenge of inequalities, exploring the themes of accessing and enacting justice, law and social sustainability, and (legal) embodiment.


Law and Social Justice explores the role that law has in addressing inequalities and achieving a more just society. It aims to generate research which addresses the global challenge of inequalities. The research group recognises the aspiration that many have in Law Schools to be part of egalitarian projects.

In the specific context of Law at Leeds, Law and Social Justice provides a vibrant and productive research home for a significant number of academics and researchers, as well as recognising and building upon the School’s long tradition in these areas both academically and in terms of its engagement with local communities. It seeks to make an impact within the local and global community.

Current research themes include:

  • defining, accessing and enacting justice;
  • just and resilient communities; and
  • health, embodiment and justice

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  • +44 (0)113 343 4031

 

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