Shreya's article 'Universities beware: shifting classes online so quickly is a double-edged sword' suggests that universities have done well to adapt to lockdown, but that there are questions over privacy, equipment and teaching methods.
In an article published in the Guardian last week, Shreya Atrey, Associate Professor in Human Rights Law, weighs up the issues with recent moves to online teaching by Universities due to the pandemic.
Lavanya Rajamani joins world-leading scientists to launch climate crisis advisory group
Andreas Televantos and Joanna Bell awarded Peter Birks Prizes for Outstanding Legal Scholarship
Faculty members co-author report on use of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) mechanisms in B2B digital copyright disputes