Pushing Legal Knowledge Boundaries
PhD students at Queen Mary have organised a conference which will be held on Tuesday 7th June at the Charterhouse Square Campus. If you are a PhD law student and you would like to attend the conference, you would be very welcome.
The conference is organised by QMUL School of Law and PhD Student Representatives, Georgina Tsagas and Kadir Bas and chaired by renowned academics in key areas of law: Prof. K. Armstrong | Dr. S. Brekoulakis | Ms. A. Cleary | Prof. A. Dignam | Dr. G. Gari | Prof. R. Lastra | Prof. S. Maniatis | Prof. L. Mistelis | Prof. V. Mitsilegas| Dr. P. Shah | Prof. U. Suthersanen
Papers by current PhD Students – from various UK universities – will be presented (deadline to submit your paper was 25th April). The conference is a unique opportunity for presenters and participants to exchange ideas on contemporary legal issues. It is also the mission of the conference to provide valuable information on the challenges of PhD law research in current times.
The conference will feature paper and poster presentations on contemporary legal issues made by doctoral researchers from various universities in the UK. Each law session lasts 90 min and includes three papers from the following areas of law:
Intellectual Property | Banking & Finance | Commercial & Corporate Law | Public International Law | Human Rights | Criminal Law | European Union Law | Litigation & Arbitration
The conference will devote Exclusive Sessions focusing on the challenges of PhD law research in current times, namely on:
- Academic Publishing:
- Publishing your thesis and beyond
- The PhD in Legal Practice
- The Financial Crisis and the Role of Law
- DATE: Tuesday 7th June 2011
- TIME: 09.00 – 18.45 (followed by drinks reception till 20.00)
- VENUE: Joseph Rotblat Building, Charterhouse Square Campus, Queen Mary, University of London, Charterhouse Square, London EC1M 6BQ
- COST: £15 – includes refreshments, lunch & evening drinks!
- BOOK ONLINE here NEW APPLICATION DEADLINE Friday 3rd June!!!
Please direct any enquiries to conference organisers