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HoL proposals on the European area of Freedom, Security & Justice

The Future of AFSJ Speakers  Lord Hannay;  Professor Valsamis Mitsilegas, Queen Mary, University of London; Professor John Spencer, University of Cambridge and President of ECLA (UK). Chair Professor Helen Xanthaki, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies   DATE: Tuesday 20 October 2015 TIME: 4 – 6pm VENUE: IALS, Charles Clore House, 17 Russell Square, London  WC1B 5DR  […]

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Part-time Finance Assistant / Bookkeeper needed

London Legal Support Trust (LLST) are looking for someone with excellent attention to detail, who is also highly motivated and looking for part-time flexible work. The position is that of Finance Assistant / Bookkeeper. You would be required to help us manage the organisations finances. This is a new part-time (8 hours p.w.), paid role within a small team, […]

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Reading Lab: Dieter Grimm, Sovereignty

Reading Lab: The Sovereignty Project During the 2015-2016 academic year, the King’s College Transnational Law Reading Laboratory will be focussing on the concept of Sovereignty, exploring its historical origins, normative implications and political contestations across a selection of writings in law, politics, philosophy, history and sociology. The meetings are open to everyone, with the only requirement being the […]

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Committee Members needed!

The English Law Students’ Association (ELSA) needs new committee members for 2015/16. If you are interested, please send your application (CV and motivation letter) to committee@elsalondon.org. We will accept applications until Friday 23 October 2015. Those shortlisted will be invited to a meeting – probably the following weekend. Please note that all positions are unpaid. Positions […]

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Volunteer needed for Lithuanian Human Rights Organisation

10 month position in Lithuanian Human Rights Organisation ELSA is pleased to announce another European volunteering opportunity, this time with our Lithuanian partners, The European Foundation of Human Rights (EFHR).  APPLICATIONS NOW CLOSED!!!!! We are looking for applications from UK members, aged 18 – 30, who have British / Irish passports.  In special circumstances we […]

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2015 HRLA Bursary Scheme

Looking to undertake an internship or work placement in human rights law? Unsure of how you’re going to fund it? Then the HRLA bursary scheme could be for you!   Application deadline Sunday 14th June 2015 (midnight) Download the 2015 policy and application form here.   Internships are an invaluable way to gain work experience […]

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Environmental Law Symposium 2015

If you are a current postgraduate researching environmental law, you are cordially invited to participate in the upcoming Environmental Law Symposium which is jointly organised by PhD candidates at University College London (UCL) and King’s College London (KCL) Dickson Poon School of Law. Announcement and Call for Papers The third Postgraduate Environmental Law Symposium jointly organised by University […]

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FOR BELGIAN Postgrads only!

ELSA has been contacted by Freshfields’ Brussels office. They are organising a career weekend in London, Friday 14 and Saturday 15 November 2014. If you studied law in BELGIUM and are currently doing your LLM in London, this post is aimed at you. If you did not study in Belgium, please do not apply as knowledge […]

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Opportunity to work at JUSTICE

JUSTICE is looking for a bright, committed individual to help build our JUSTICE Student Human Rights Network (JSHRN) and we thought you might be interested. The position offers the opportunity to develop skills and experience of working on a number of different areas of communications and membership development, as well as the chance to be […]

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The UK’s opt-in and International Agreements

Lords Select Committee on the European Union – CALL FOR EVIDENCE The EU Sub-Committee on Justice, Institutions and Consumer Protection chaired by Baroness Corston is conducting an inquiry into the UK’s opt-in policy and its application to international agreements.  The Call for Evidence  was published in July 2014. If you have anything to contribute to this inquiry, […]