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Fri 21 Apr, '23
PhD Journey/Life & After
Venue - TBA

A series of panels for PGRs to hear from those who have gone through the experiences and ask questions about how they came out the other side.

Register to attend now.

Mon 1 May, '23 - Fri 5 May, '23
09:00 - 16:00
PhD Writing Bootcamp

Runs from Monday, May 01 to Friday, May 05.

The Student-Staff Liaison Committee (SSLC) at the Law School is organising a five-day ‘PhD Writing Bootcamp’ from 1st May to 5th May 2023. The idea is to do some writing using the Pomodoro technique (40-minute writing sprints with 5-minute breaks in between each).

The Bootcamp will run in two sessions from 9 am to 4 pm each day (morning 9 am -12 pm; afternoon 1-4 pm). You have the option to attend the event in person as well as online. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

Tue 2 May, '23 - Wed 3 May, '23
British Association of Comparative Law PGR Workshop
Warwick Law School

Runs from Tuesday, May 02 to Wednesday, May 03.

The Warwick Law School, University of Warwick, is pleased to host the 2023 British Association of Comparative Law annual postgraduate workshop. The workshop is open to PhD candidates at any stage of their research, from any part of the world, who work on any aspect of Comparative Law. The event will be held over two half-days: the afternoon of Tuesday 2 May, and the morning of Wednesday 3 May. The workshop will provide participants with the opportunity to present work in progress, receive feedback on their work from leading comparative scholars, engage in networking activities, and learn more about the pathway from PhD to publication from Intersentia Publishing.

Further details of the workshop and how to apply are attachedLink opens in a new window. Please note that the deadline for submissions is Wednesday 1 March 2023.

Any inquiries about the workshop can be directed to Dr Daniel Matthews (

Fri 5 May, '23
Law School PhD Conference - May 2023


The Criminal Justice Centre is delighted to announce this Call for papers for the forth Warwick CJC PhD conference. This one-day in person conference seeks to bring together PhD researchers at any stage of their programme, who are researching criminal justice, criminal law or criminology related topics. Visiting students and PhD researchers from outside Warwick are also welcomed to participate.

This will be a unique opportunity to present your work to peers and senior colleagues in an informal and supportive environment. The main aim of the conference is to encourage and support junior colleagues in preparing, delivering and engaging in discussions on their own and others’ work, and to allow you to share your work and meet colleagues working on related issues.

Find out more about the submission of abstracts. Deadline: 27 February 2023.


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