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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Thu 21 Jan, '21
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Sustainability at Warwick

Vice Chancellor Professor Stuart Croft will explore how the use of sustainable construction practices can enable Warwick to deliver campus development sustainably, with Jonny Wates, Director of Wates Group, Trustee of Forum for the Future, and Sustainability Champion.

Thu 21 Jan, '21
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Applying for a PhD

Interested in applying for a PhD? Not sure what to do? Need guidance on what a research proposal should look like?

Dr Christine Schwobel-Patel, Director of Postgraduate Research at Warwick Law School, will be leading a session on MS Teams to give an overview of the PhD application process and provide some tips on how to go about applying to a PhD programme.

Fri 22 Jan, '21
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Equality Diversity and Inclusion Drop-in Session

Join our student-facing ED&I officer Rebecca Limb to discuss and equality, diversity and inclusion concerns you may have. All calls will be one-to-one so please just message Rebecca on MS Teams and she will call you to start the session.

Fri 22 Jan, '21
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Law Commission RA Recruitment Campaign 2021 Q&A Session

Join us for a Live Q&A session to answer any queries relating to our current research assistant recruitment campaign.

Fri 22 Jan, '21
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Murder Mystery
MS Teams

Join Warwick's law societies for a murder mystery night with special guests!! 😍

Hosted by: Warwick Law Society, International and European Law Society, Warwick Bar Society, CLAW Warwick and Warwick Law School.

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Tue 26 Jan, '21
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Part-Time and Mature Students' Drop-in Session & Chat

Meet Evelin, your Part-Time & Mature Students' Officer for 2020/21, as well as other part-time & mature students from Warwick!

Wed 27 Jan, '21
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Law School Research Seminar - Jayan Nayar

On Being Anti-Colonial: A Philosophy for Frontlines. (an introduction)

Details to follow

Wed 27 Jan, '21
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Anyone Can Code - Employers and Students Show You How

The workshop will show the skills you need to code in the workplace & speakers will show how they use coding in their work.

Wed 27 Jan, '21
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CLAW Radical Mooting Discussion Event with Dr Rebecca Sutton
MS Teams

Join CLAW and Dr Rebecca Sutton from the University of Edinburgh, who will be speaking about her work on mooting and emotions, as well as her experience of an indigenous moot in Canada!

Thu 28 Jan, '21 - Fri 29 Jan, '21
All-day
High-level Interdisciplinary Conference on the Future of Europe

Runs from Thursday, January 28 to Friday, January 29.

This event will involve practitioners, academic experts and representatives from the civil society in order to foster a dialogue in view of the upcoming Conference on the Future of Europe. The papers presented will be published in special issues of the European Law Journal. For more information on the detailed programme, please click here. Deadline for registration: 25 January 2021.

Thu 28 Jan, '21
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3VB: Black and Minority Access to the Commercial Bar

Open to all individuals from a Black and minority ethnic background who are interested in pursuing a career at the Bar. Hear directly from Commercial barristers from diverse backgrounds working across the Commercial Bar, about the paths they took to get where they are; the work that they undertake and things that you can do in order to succeed. Please email Nicola Birkett at nbirkett@3vb.com for more details on how to join this session.

Thu 28 Jan, '21
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Legal Assessment Centres – top tips!

Careers webinar on how to prepare for and approach law firm assessment centres for vacation schemes and training contracts.

Thu 28 Jan, '21
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WICID Workshop on the GCRF Gender Equality Statement

The workshop will explore the Gender Toolkit and other strategies to help those applying to GCRF grants.

Thu 28 Jan, '21
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Virtual University Series: Midlands & Wales

Virtual University Series returns for the spring term to help you discover exciting new career paths with global graduate employers.

Thu 28 Jan, '21
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Law School Virtual Public Lecture

‘Flirting’ with Fascism: The Thin White Duke, Art and Ethical Limits

Professor Alex Sharpe, Law School University of Warwick

Wed 3 Feb, '21
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CCLS Reading Group

Adom Getachew, Worldmaking after Empire: The Rise and Fall of Self-Determination, Introduction

Mon 8 Feb, '21
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Legal Interviews

Carers webinar on how to prepare for and approach interviews with law firms for vacation schemes and training contracts.

Wed 10 Feb, '21
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Law School Research Seminar - Illan Wall

Law and Disorder: Sovereignty, Protest, Atmosphere (Routledge 2020)

Discussant: Sahar Shah

Wed 17 Feb, '21
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Bright Network Women in Technology, Consulting and Engineering

This is an unmissable chance to meet and hear from inspiring female leaders and network with leading graduate employers.

Tue 23 Feb, '21
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Part-Time and Mature Students' Drop-in Session & Chat

Meet Evelin, your Part-Time & Mature Students' Officer for 2020/21, as well as other part-time & mature students from Warwick!

Tue 23 Feb, '21
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Don’t want to be a lawyer?

Explore career pathways other than legal professional careers and hear about the career journeys of Warwick law alumni.

Wed 24 Feb, '21
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Law School Research Seminar - Stephen Connelly

Leibnitz: A Contribution to the Archaeology of Power (Edinburgh University Press 2021)

Discussant: Behesti Aydogan

A critical reading of Leibniz’s legal theory, linking law, space and power

  • Contributes to an archaeology of power
  • Investigates the deep link between law, space and power
  • Provides an overview of key concepts from Scholastic thought which are difficult to find in English
Thu 25 Feb, '21
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Gender, Displacement and Feminist Methodologies: Researching Border Struggles of Women and LGBTQ Migrants

This webinar offers a panel of three presentations by feminist ethnographers in sociology and anthropology from India, Italy and Bangladesh.

Fri 26 Feb, '21
Postgraduate Research Conference on ‘Law in Context’

This Conference is open to Postgraduate Research Students as well as LLM research students at any stage of their research. Those presenting will be able to receive feedback in a supportive, constructive and academically rigorous environment. If you wish to present, please email your 300 words abstract to Nikita Samanta at nikita.samanta@warwick.ac.uk. The deadline for abstracts submission is Monday 25 January 2021.

Mon 1 Mar, '21 - Wed 31 Mar, '21
09:00 - 23:30
Asia Careers Insight Series of Webinars - China, Hong Kong, ASEAN & India

Runs from Monday, March 01 to Wednesday, March 31.

The ASIA Careers Insight Series (ACIS) of 30+ webinars, takes place during all of March 2021 and will help you connect with employers recruiting in mainland China, Hong Kong, South East Asia & India, plus provide you with application and interview tips and give you a chance to ask questions to graduate recruiters directly.

You can choose to join just one webinar, or all of them. Recordings will also be available.

Mon 1 Mar, '21
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Post Study Work Visa Options in the UK (Tier 4 students)

Are you an international student interested in working in the UK? This session will outline the main options for working in the UK including the new graduate immigration route.

Wed 3 Mar, '21
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Bright Network Black Talent in Banking

Whether you’re already set on a career in the sector or simply want to find out more about the industry, this is an unmissable opportunity.

Wed 3 Mar, '21
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CCLS Reading Group

Priyamvada Gopal, Insurgent Empire, intro and chapter 4, ‘Passages to Internationalism

Wed 3 Mar, '21
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CSWG Graduate Seminar: Criminalising Gender

The CSWG Graduate Seminar Series welcomes graduate research students from across the UK and beyond to share their work on gender, sexuality and feminism.

Mon 8 Mar, '21
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Bright Network International Women's Day

You will connect with multiple leading employers at the forefront of gender equality, and also other like-minded, ambitious students.

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