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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Fri 20 May, '22
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ILPC Seminar Series: How to Regulate High-Risk AI - The EU AI Act

This event launches the ILPC Seminar Series on AI and the Humanities: Transforming Society. These seminars explore the societal impacts of AI-based technologies and systems and the role of the humanities and social sciences in providing key insights and enabling an open dialogue on these important and complex issues with the public.

Thu 26 May, '22
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Race Colonialism & Power in the Legal System

Should the Commonwealth Caribbean Abolish Appeals to the Privy Council? with Professor Leslie Thomas QC

This lecture series will explore the dynamics of race, class and power in the legal systems of the UK and the Commonwealth Caribbean, how those systems have been shaped by the legacy of colonialism, and how the legal system plays a dual role as an instrument of oppression and as a means for the oppressed to defend themselves.

Thu 9 Jun, '22 - Fri 10 Jun, '22
All-day
10th Annual KLS Graduate Law Student Conference
Hybrid Event

Runs from Thursday, June 09 to Friday, June 10.

This year’s theme is ‘Revisiting the Meaning of Sovereignty’ and will be held as a hybrid conference at Kennedy Wong Moot Court in the Wigoder Law Building, University of Kent, allowing presenters and attendees to participate both online and in person. The conference aims to critically explore the concept of sovereignty from an interdisciplinary perspective by revisiting the meaning of sovereignty as a result of the changing global legal, political and social contexts. To apply to present a paper: Submit a 250 word abstract and short biography to: lawgradconference@kent.ac.uk by Monday, 9 May 2022.

Wed 22 Jun, '22
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Future You: Career Insights for Disabled Students
Canary Wharf, London

MyPlus Students' ClubLink opens in a new window is hosting a unique careers insight event that will showcase career opportunities with disability confident employers. This event is open to students with disabilities or long term health conditions in all years of study, including those studying for a PHD or Masters. Applications close on Friday 17 June 2022.

Fri 29 Jul, '22
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IALS Fellow's Seminar: Regulatory and Supervisory Approach(es) to Artificial Intelligence

'Regulatory and Supervisory Approach(es) to Artificial Intelligence - Implications for the Financial Sector in the European Union and Beyond'

In April 2021, the European Commission submitted a Proposal for a Regulation laying down harmonised rules on artificial intelligence (Artificial Intelligence Act) and amending certain Union legislative acts (COM (2021) 206 final). The legislative procedure will have - it is expected - further progressed at the time of the event. The presentation will discuss against the backdrop of the (then) current state of the law-making procedure the implications of the regulatory and supervisory approach at European level for the financial sector and beyond.

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