Research Impact

Explore some of the ongoing research projects from the Liverpool Law School, and the real-life impact they have had. 

We are delighted that in the REF 2021 results announcement on Thursday 12 May 2022, Law has placed 10th for 4* impact.

Tackling Childhood Obesity: Defining Food Marketing as a Global Child Rights Concern

Tackling Childhood Obesity (REF2021 case study)

Defining Food Marketing as a Global Child Rights Concern – Prof Amandine Garde

The UK’s Withdrawal from the European Union: Influencing Policy Making

The UK’s Withdrawal from the European Union (REF2021 case study)

Influencing Policy Making and Improving Public Understanding – Prof Michael Dougan

Informing, Developing, and Delivering the UK’s Trade Policy Fishing boats and shipping cranes

Informing, Developing, and Delivering the UK’s Trade Policy (REF2021 case study)

Dr Gregory Messenger & Dr Mavluda Sattorova

Supporting Charities in Challenging Times

Supporting Charities in Challenging Times (REF2021 case study)

Prof Debra Morris & Prof Warren Barr

Protecting Children’s Legal Status and Rights in the UK After Brexit

Protecting Children’s Legal Status and Rights in the UK After Brexit (REF2021 case study)

Prof Helen Stalford

REF 2021 results A blue graphic with yellow and white text that reads: 10th - Law is ranked 10th in the sector for outstanding (4*) research impact in REF 2021

REF 2021 Results

View a summary of our REF 2021 results for Law