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Alumni/LLM Employability Reception

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Warwick LLMs and PhDs enhance your employability skills and network with Warwick Alumni at our Alumni/ LLM Employability Reception in London. You will have the opportunity to meet and listen to some of our vast network of eminent Alumni working in regulatory authorities, commercial law, human rights and development.


The Alumni/ LLM Employability Reception will be held at our Warwick in London venue on Thursday 3 May 2018.

The event will provide the perfect opportunity for students to network and find out more about careers from industry professionals.

A coach will be provided from the main Warwick campus to London.

Date: Thursday 3 May 2018

Time: 6pm – 8.30pm

Location: Warwick in London, Stanley Building, 7 Pancras Square, London, N1C 4AG

Event Programme

14.00 Coach pick up from the Warwick Campus

17.30 Registration

18.00 Introduction to the event by Professor Alan Neal

18.15 Careers talk by Valerie Matthews-Lane

18.30 Panel discussions and Q&A on Commercial Law and Development Law

19.30 Networking reception (drinks and nibbles provided)

20.30 Coach pick-up and depart

23.00 Arrival to campus

Photographs will be taken at the event and will be used in future marketing/publicity for the Law School. If anyone does not wish to have their photograph taken, please notify the photographer (make yourself known to them) so they can exclude you from any of the shots taken.

Registration

The event is free to attend. Places will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.

Warwick Alumni registration is now closed.

Students registration is now closed.

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Warwick Speakers


Alumni Panel Speakers

James Jordan

Group Legal Director and Company Secretary, Taylor Wimpey Plc


Iulia Nicolescu

Financial Conduct Authority, formerly Limehouse Consulting & Strategy Ltd, London


Will Pearce

Partner, Davis Polk & Wardwell, London


Nora Yuhua Hader

Corporate Governance Analyst, Principles for Responsible Investment



Seyi Afolabi (details to follow)

Julie Barbosa, Save The Children

Kerri Bissoonauth, Team Leader, St Mungo’s

David George, Référendaire, Competition Appeal Tribunal (UK), formerly Associate, Bristows LLP