There are lots of exciting events happening within the Law School. Plus there are many other University and external events which may be of interest. We have therefore collated them all into one central calendar to help you choose which you would like to attend.


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Mon 10 May, '21
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Mitigating Circumstances Drop-in: PGs

This is a chance for you to come and ask any questions you might have about the process of applying for mitigating circumstances.

With Velimir - Join the meeting!

Tue 11 May, '21
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Virtual Assessment Centres – Practise Group Exercise

This practical, hands on web based session will give you the opportunity to practise group work activities. Come along and experience a group exercise and receive feedback from the team in a safe environment.

Tue 11 May, '21
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Virtual Assessment Centres – Practise Group Exercise

This practical, hands on web based session will give you the opportunity to practise group work activities. Come along and experience a group exercise and receive feedback from the team in a safe environment.

Wed 12 May, '21
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CCLS Reading Group

The Dig Podcast with Jeanne Morefield, ‘Empires without imperialism’.

All of the texts and links are available on the CCLS reading group.

Wed 12 May, '21
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The Population and the Individual

A one-day workshop examining the relationship between populations and their individuals, especially in the context of our COVID-19 response.

Thu 13 May, '21
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WIHEA Seminar: 'Restorative Justice at Warwick: Could it Work?'
Microsoft Teams

Following on from the WIHEA Symposium 'Restorative Justice in Higher Education' on 22 April 2021 which looks at the higher education context generally, this webinar with Dr Amanda Wilson is an opportunity for staff and students at Warwick to explore how restorative justice (RJ) practices may fit within our practices, for example, in teaching or dealing with disagreement or discipline (such as plagiarism).

Thu 13 May, '21
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On Track with the Doctoral College: Online Vivas

In this session with our Postgrad Mentors and the Doctoral College, we will be discussing how to prepare for an upcoming viva after submission of your PhD, and what makes a successful viva examination.

Thu 13 May, '21
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University of Law - Unveiling the Opportunity in a Post-Covid Job Market

Join Matt Tomlinson, Leeds campus dean and Emily Roach, Leeds tutor, who will be delivering a talk on their experiences of entering the legal profession during a recession. The event will focus on how both Matt and Emily secured their own success in a challenging market - Matt Tomlinson, as a trainee looking to qualify and Emily, as a junior lawyer in the city. The talk will motivate and encourage attendees to consider opportunities.

Fri 14 May, '21
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Law School PhD Workshop 2021

Microsoft Teams

The workshop is for all PGR students, and we would encourage you to join. We have a fantastic programme planned for you, including panels on publishing, finding a job and teaching.

Tue 18 May, '21 - Wed 19 May, '21
10:00 - 16:00
Warwick Q-Step Centre

Runs from Tuesday, May 18 to Wednesday, May 19.

Annual 2-day Quantitative Methods Spring Camp. The theme of this year's camp is Data Journalism. You can register for the Full 2-day event or for Day 1 only. Free to attend.

Thu 27 May, '21
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VUB PhD Day 2021

Hosted by one of Warwick's EUTOPIA partner universities, VUB. This edition focuses on Sustainable Development Goals: Global Challenges translated into Local and Research Projects at VUB. They welcome participants from Warwick including early career researchers and current PhD students with an interest in Sustainable Development.

Thu 27 May, '21
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Law School LLM Dissertation Writing Bootcamp
OC0.02 & OC0.04

The aim of these writing bootcamps are to provide a dedicated space for you to focus exclusively on writing chunks of your LLM dissertation. You will be asked to attend with clear writing goals for your dissertation and targets for writing (for example, finishing off a chapter of your dissertation).

The sessions will be in person in the Oculus building on campus or online.

Fri 4 Jun, '21 - Sat 5 Jun, '21
All-day
WLS LLM Conference

Runs from Friday, June 04 to Saturday, June 05.

''Between Change and Continuity'': The aim of this conference is to bring together postgraduate students to share and present their research in an inclusive environment. Deadline for registration: 17 May 2021.

Thu 10 Jun, '21
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Law School LLM Dissertation Writing Bootcamp

The aim of these writing bootcamps are to provide a dedicated space for you to focus exclusively on writing chunks of your LLM dissertation. You will be asked to attend with clear writing goals for your dissertation and targets for writing (for example, finishing off a chapter of your dissertation).

This session will be via Microsoft Teams.

Wed 16 Jun, '21
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Law School LLM Dissertation Writing Bootcamp
OC0.02 & OC0.04

The aim of these writing bootcamps are to provide a dedicated space for you to focus exclusively on writing chunks of your LLM dissertation. You will be asked to attend with clear writing goals for your dissertation and targets for writing (for example, finishing off a chapter of your dissertation).

The sessions will be in person in the Oculus building on campus or online.

Mon 2 Aug, '21 - Fri 6 Aug, '21
All-day
Digital Summer School "Crime & Security in the Digital Age"

Runs from Monday, August 02 to Friday, August 06.

Online program on Criminal Law; certificate of participation (2 ECTS).

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