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

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

Discussants: Rohini Sen, Alan Norrie

Thu 28 Jan, '21 - Fri 29 Jan, '21
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.

Wed 3 Feb, '21
CCLS Reading Group

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

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

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

Discussant: Sahar Shah

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

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

Discussant: Behesti Aydogan

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 The deadline for abstracts submission is Monday 25 January 2021.

Wed 3 Mar, '21
Law School Research Seminar - Sam Adelman and Abdul Paliwala

'The Limits of Law and Development: Neoliberalism, Governance and Social Justice' (Routledge 2020)

Discussant: Martha Gayoye

Wed 3 Mar, '21
CCLS Reading Group

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

Mon 8 Mar, '21
CJC Event - Dr. Ioana Vrabiescu (Warwick Law School)

MS Teams

Title: ‘Deporting Europeans: How France deports EU citizens’ (Lexington Books, 2021)

Wed 10 Mar, '21
Law School Research Seminar - Ioana Vrabiescu

Deporting Europeans: The Racialized Mobility of Romanians in France

Discussant: Ross Ferrera

Wed 17 Mar, '21
CCLS Reading Group

Discussion with Priya Gopal!

Tue 27 Apr, '21
Graham Turnbull Memorial Lecture

“What improvements, if any, should be made to the Human Rights Act 1998? Why are they needed?”

With the Independent Human Rights Act Review underway and considering whether reforms are needed, we will be looking back at 20 years of the Human Rights Act and where we go from here. We will be joined by speakers to share their thoughts on the Review and the 2021 essay competition question above.

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