University of Reading, British Council Siam Square, Room 17
Saturday 12 March 2016 -
18:00 to 20:00

British Council is pleased to invite you to attend a special public lecture on "Is there a responsibility to protect in international law" by  Professor Susan Breau, Head of School of Law, University of Reading. Prof. Susan will also speak about her shortly to be published book "The Responsibility to Protect in International Law: An Emerging Paradigm Shift, (Routledge 2016)". If you are interested in attending the event, please feel free to register online via the  links  below.

About Speaker

Prof. Susan Breau joined Reading Law School in 2013 as a Professor of Law. 

She was awarded her PhD from the London School of Economics. She has been previously a lecturer in international law at Queen's University Belfast, the Dorset Fellow in International Law at the British Institute of International and Comparative Law, Reader in International Law at the University of Surrey and Professor of International Law at Flinders University, Adelaide Australia. 

For more details about Prof. Breau Susan CLICK HERE

About School of Law - University of Reading

The School of Law is part of the world-ranked University of Reading, rated among the UK's most research intensive institutions and one of the UK's largest, best-known and most successful campus universities. We are ideally located in the thriving town of Reading, just 25 minutes by train from London, and at the heart of the employment-rich Thames Valley region.
With attractive views of Whiteknights Lake and surrounded by parkland, the School of Law is situated in an architecturally significant grade 2 listed building on the University's main campus. Among the most satisfied law students in the UK, our students benefit from a dynamic and international learning environment, high quality teaching and courses supported by the latest research, state-of-the-art facilities, opportunities to gain practical real-world experience and our links with graduate employers.
Our leading undergraduate degree and postgraduate Masters courses are designed to prepare students to work in the legal profession but with law graduates in high demand they also provide a route into many other areas. We also offer a wide range of leading postgraduate research opportunities.
The School's reputation, our research and the quality of the experience enjoyed by our students are consistently recognised in the annual UK university league tables. Year after year, students rate their satisfaction with their course very highly in the National Student Survey.

Law at Reading is ranked:

  • 4th in the 2013 National Student Survey for student satisfaction with the course (with 96% satisfied)
  • 10th (of 67 University Law Schools) in the UK for research intensity by the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014 and Times Higher
  • 25th (out of 67 University Law Schools) in the UK for research power, with 100% of our research adjudged to be of world-leading or international excellence
  • 11th in the Times Good University Guide 2014

For more details about the event, please call 02-657-5678 or email