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Mon 19 Feb, '24 - Sun 3 Mar, '24
00:00 - 23:55
Join the Law School Tri-Grid Team

Runs from Monday, February 19 to Sunday, March 03.

The Tri-Grid Challenge is back for term 2! Track how far you run, walk, swim and cycle over two weeks to earn points and win prizes. If you would like to join the department's team, please email law.se@warwick@ac.uk by 19 February.

Tue 5 Mar, '24
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International Women's Day 2024: Encouraging Women in the Legal Sector - Contemporary Considerations
MS.04

Warwick Law School's ED&I Team are delighted to invite you to attend our upcoming event in celebration of International Women's Day 2024. Dana Denis-Smith, CEO of Obelisk Support and founder of the First 100 Years campaign will deliver a talk titled: "Encouraging Women in the Legal Sector: Contemporary Considerations".

Wed 6 Mar, '24
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Centre for Critical Legal Studies (CCLS) Online Reading Group
Hybrid S2.09

On Ecology & Nature - Climates of Capital

Wed 6 Mar, '24
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Law School Lunchtime Research Seminar - Wednesday 6 March 2024
S2.09 / S2.12

Guest Speaker: Dr Philip Kaisary, Carleton University Ottawa

Title of Talk: The Lost Unity of Social Life: Law and Literature in the World-System

Starting with lunch at 12:30pm in Room S2.09, followed by the Seminar at 1:00pm in Room S2.12.

Wed 6 Mar, '24
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Law School Staff Meeting
JX2.02
Thu 7 Mar, '24
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CJC Seminar - Border and Migration Control in Mexico - Alethia Fernández de la Reguera and Erika Herrera Rosales
S2.09

This seminar will explore the dynamics of border and migration control in Mexico, with Alethia Fernández de la Reguera presenting her paper on internal and temporary borders in Mexico and Erika Herrera Rosales reflecting on the paper through her own work, in particular her recently published monograph Ambivalent Humanitarianism (Routlege).

Bios:

Alethia Fernández de la Reguera Ahedo is a full-time researcher at the Institute of Legal Research of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) and Coordinator of the National Laboratory on Diversities of UNAM and of the Institutional Research Track: Rights, Migrations and Mobilities. She is currently a visiting scholar at the School of Law of the University of Warwick with the project The effects of border militarisation in Mexico and Poland on the international protection and human rights of migrants. In 2021 she received the National University Distinction Award for Young Scholars 2021 in the area of social science research. She is Affiliate Faculty at the University of Arizona M.A. Human Rights Practice. Specialist in gender and migration, immigration detention, bureaucracies, gender violence and women´s autonomy.

Erika Herrera Rosales is a Teaching Fellow in the Department of Sociology at the University of Warwick. She received her PhD in Sociology from the same university. Her doctoral research explored the role of NGOs and Central American migrants. She was awarded with an Early Career Fellowship from the Institute of Advanced Studies and is currently an Associate Fellow there. Her forthcoming book “Ambivalent humanitarianism: Colonial legacies, migration control and the experiences of migrants in Mexico” focuses on global migration, bordering practices and deterrence practices of humanitarian workers from a postcolonial and decolonial perspectives.

Wed 13 Mar, '24
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Law School Lunchtime Research Seminar - Wednesday 13 March 2024
S2.09 / S2.12

Guest Speaker: Professor Maja Janmyr, University of Oslo

Title of Talk: Research Comics and Storytelling: The 'Cardboard Camp' Experience

Starting with lunch at 12:30pm in Room S2.09, followed by the Seminar at 1:00pm in Room S2.12.

Wed 12 Jun, '24
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Law School Staff Meeting
S0.20
Tue 9 Jul, '24 - Fri 12 Jul, '24
09:00 - 18:00
British Society of Criminology Conference 2024

Runs from Tuesday, July 09 to Friday, July 12.

The British Society of Criminology Conference 2024 will be held at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow on 9–12 July 2024. The theme of this year’s conference is ‘Criminology in Times of Transition’.

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