Conferences

The Law School hosts a full and varied programme of conferences attracting a wide range of internationally recognised speakers from all disciplines of Law:

Previous topics have included:

  • 2011 - A Sustainable Countryside? Regulating New Technologies for Food, Farming and Ecology
  • 2010 - The World Bank and the Modern Law Review Conference on Secured Transactions May 14, 2010
  • 2010 - Human Rights – A Drop of Liberation or Fig Leaf of Legitimation?
  • 2009 - Tort Law and Judicial Discretion - the 'Canengusian Connection'
  • 2008 - European Intellectual Property Teachers’ Network Workshop
  • 2007 - Commercial Opportunities and Legal Issues in Stem Cells
  • 2003 - Disagreement, Dissent and Disobedience, Annual conference of the Association of Legal and Social Philosophy (ALSP) held in partnership with the School of Geography, Politics and Sociology.
  • 2002 - Structured Pluralism: A Practical Legal Framework for Faith in the European Union?
  • 2001 - Corporate Governance at the Margins
  • 2000 - Law and the Sacred: Legal Problems of Time and Space
  • 1998 - Reforming Financial Regulation: The Financial Services and Markets Bill.
  • 1998 - Justiciability and Jurisdiction
  • 1997 - Beyond Hampel: Theoretical Perspectives on Corporate Governance
  • 1997 - The State, the Voluntary Sector, and the Law
  • 1996 - Women and the Law from theory to practice