International intellectual property regulation, cyber security and corporate law
Our research on cyber security and corporate law is renowned nationally and internationally. Our academics contribute to the National Cyber Force, supporting and influencing government policy and lead UCLan’s Cybercrime Research Unit.
We pursue inter-disciplinary research with practitioners, policymakers, researchers and communities to ensure maximum relevance and real-world impact. Our research is recognised nationally and internationally as making a distinctive contribution to knowledge and significantly influencing legislative policy reform and practice. Members of this group regularly contribute to initiatives and activities conducted by main active international bodies and organisations working in the field including WHO, UNDP, UNESCO and UNITAID to name few.
UCLan Cybercrime Research Unit (UCRU)
UCLan Cybercrime Research Unit (UCRU) is focused upon the pursuit of cutting-edge research in the field of Cybercrime which will inform social and educational policy in tandem with income generation activity and publications.
School of Justice
We are a sector leader in law, justice and policing education, and our graduates are highly sought-after, and we have an outstanding record in graduate employability.
Citizenship, Society and Justice
We carry out research into the causes of social polarisation, inequality, disadvantage and exclusion, and are developing solutions that positively contribute to our community, our country and our world.