Constitution of the Joint Schools’ of Business and Law Ethics Committee (1) To establish, implement, and review codes of practice, procedures, guidelines for the consideration, approval and monitoring of research projects that involve human participants that are undertaken by students and staff members of the Schools of Business and Law. (2) Will ensure that ethical principles are clearly laid down and disseminated to appropriate staff and students and oversee that ethical research practices are implemented and practised. (3) Will convene to consider individual and where deemed appropriate collective applications that seek ethical approval that are referred to the committee which involve research of human participants. (4) To consider and advise on appropriate training and development for students and staff where deemed appropriate. (5) To regularly monitor and oversee research ethics issues that are deemed applicable to the Faculty. (6) To annually and at other points report on ethical issues pertaining to the Schools’ research activities, including: staff research and consultancy, postgraduate and undergraduate taught programmes and student research awards, plus other deemed research related activities within the Faculty requiring ethical oversight.