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Wed 8 Feb, '23
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Intercultural Awareness Workshop (In-person)

Join us for this highly enjoyable and interactive workshop: part 1 of 3 of the Intercultural Training Programme.

This first workshop explores cultural influences, attitudes and behaviours, and includes a variety of intercultural activities and discussions. You may find this workshop especially useful if you are seeking to understand, communicate and build effective relationships with those from different cultural backgrounds. No previous experience or knowledge is required.

Thu 9 Feb, '23
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LinkedIn and Networking

Lead. Advance. Inspire. Our networks unite people who are passionate about fighting to make our education system work for every child and who are willing to lead the change they want to see – whether that’s in the classroom or in the boardroom. Join our LinkedIn and networking skills session for insider tips directly from graduate recruiters on using this powerful networking and job-hunting tool. You’ll also learn how to build meaningful connections and develop your professional brand to make sure you’re putting the very best version of yourself out there.

Thu 9 Feb, '23
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Meet the Professionals: Women in Tech 2023
Ramphal

Meet successful women working in and across the tech and digital sector at this in-person Meet the Professionals event. Technology is advancing at a rapid pace, creating a number of jobs and different exciting roles. This event is open to all students from all degree disciplines – there are a variety of roles for you regardless of the subject you study.

Wed 15 Feb, '23
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The Warwick Award Fair
Chancellors Suite, Rootes Building

The first-ever Warwick Award Fair and your chance to discover a range of skills development opportunities that you can take part in this term. Come along to see some of the Warwick Award-accredited activities you can get involved with and chat to the Award team. There is no need to sign up for the event, you can simply drop in any time you like! All undergraduate and taught postgraduate students are welcome to attend.

Wed 15 Feb, '23
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Intercultural Competence Workshop (In-person)

Join us for this highly enjoyable and interactive workshop: the final part of the intercultural training programme that aims to help you develop your intercultural skills and competence.

IMPORTANT: This workshop forms the final part of the 3-part Intercultural Training Programme. We strongly recommend completing the three parts of the programme in the intended order. To take part in this workshop you should already have completed:

Fri 17 Feb, '23
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Postgraduate Research Conference on 'Law in Dark Times'
Oculus Building Room OC1.04 and OC0.01, University of Warwick

This year’s PGR conference will take place on Wednesday 15 February 2023, and the theme is ‘Law in Dark Times’. The organising committee (made of our brilliant PhD colleagues Arrin Lewis, Charlotte Higgs and Priscilla Vitoh) has put together a call for papers – please feel free to share widely.

The keynote speaker for the conference is Prof Davina Cooper who is going to talk about prefigurative law reform research and the challenges of using the law for social transformation, based on her recently completed project ‘The future of legal gender’.

SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACT: We invite interested participants to submit abstracts of no more than 250 words via this form via this form PGR Conference 2023 by Monday, 9th January 2023. Apart from the abstracts, the form will collect data including the applicant's name, current degree programme, year/stage of PhD, name of institution and contact details. Successful applicants will be informed by 17th January 2023.

FURTHER INFORMATION If you have any questions or queries about the conference, please email the organisers at LawPGRConference@warwick.ac.uk and follow the conference on @Warwick_lawpgr to receive updates about the event.

Wed 22 Feb, '23
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Working in Multicultural Teams

Please join us for this highly enjoyable and interactive workshop which will engage you in reflective discussions and a simulation teamwork activity and help you explore attitudes and behaviours involved in doing teamwork. Attendance at this workshop will also contribute 0.5 points towards the Warwick Award.

Fri 24 Feb, '23
targetjobs: Inspire
London

This event has been created to help level the playing field for all students. ‘It’s not what you know, it’s who you know’ is a common saying when it comes to getting a job. And that’s all well and good for students who have the necessary contacts. But what about those who don’t? Students will meet with top UK 300-ranked employers to make those all-important connections, learn about different opportunities in a range of fields, and access exclusive information and tips from recruiters and recent graduates about application processes. Employers who will be attending include: BT Group, and more to be announced soon, including law firms…

Sat 25 Feb, '23
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Warwick Adorno Symposium 2023
Wolfson Research Exchange, Library

Adorno's 'Sexual Taboos and Law Today' – Sixty Years On. Interdisciplinary one-day symposium on Theodor W. Adorno’s essay ‘Sexual Taboos and Law Today’ with six speakers.

Wed 1 Mar, '23
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Intercultural Simulation

Join us for this experiential workshop than includes an Intercultural Awareness game. This is an add-on activity for those who have already participated in the "Intercultural Awareness workshop" that forms part 1 of 3 of the Intercultural Training Programme. This experiential activity builds on the learning from the Intercultural Awareness workshop about cultural influences, attitudes and behaviours, and includes an intercultural simulation activity. You may find this experiential workshop especially useful if you are seeking to understand, communicate and build effective relationships with those from different cultural backgrounds. Please only book onto this workshop if you have already attended the Intercultural Awareness workshop.

Mon 20 Mar, '23
targetjobs: Aspire to the Bar
London

Aspire to the Bar is new to 2023! Created exclusively for Black Heritage students interested in a law career, more specifically for those interested in becoming a barrister. Not enough chambers reflect the society that we live in and this needs to change. That's why targetjobs has partnered with some of the UKs leading chambers to host Aspire, an event to help more Black Heritage students take several steps closer to their dream careers.

Thu 18 May, '23
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LegalEdCon 2023
Kings Place, London

Legal Cheek’s day-long legal education and training conference will explore everything from the practical challenges of implementing the SQE, to future challenges posed to the study of law by new AI systems like ChatGPT. The 350-person conference is attended each year by over 100 leading law firms and chambers, as well as general counsel, legal academics and others involved in legal education and training.

Tickets can be purchased here at the Super Early Bird rate. Ticket prices will then rise in the New Year.

LegalEdCon 2023 is headline sponsored by BPP University Law School, BARBRI and The University of Law, with The College of Legal Practice, The City Law School, Nottingham Law School and LexisNexis as silver sponsors.

 

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