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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 by 19 February.

Wed 28 Feb, '24
Warwickshire Police: Body Worn Video Scrutiny Invite - CANCELLED

Warwickshire Police invite you to help shape how they police in Warwickshire. They will show you Body Worn Video footage of Stop and Search or Use of Force, to seek your opinion. Are they using their powers fairly? Transparently? How can they build trust in the local community? Opportunities to join their Independent Scrutiny Panels (expenses paid) will also be shared with attendees.

Hosted by Warwick Law School and CLAW.


Wed 28 Feb, '24
Oxfam: Social Justice Campaigning
Oculus OC0.03

Want a career campaigning for social justice? Holding leaders accountable? Or part of a movement for change? Come hear how charities can research, highlight and challenge ‘legal injustice’. Anna Marriott, Oxfam’s Public Services Policy Manager explains how she has championed a drive for Universal Health Coverage.

Hosted by Warwick Law School and Oxfam.

Thu 29 Feb, '24
Teach First: Graduate Teaching and Leadership Programme with Business Placement
SH0.03 (Senate House Student Hub)

Book your session to learn about this 2-year programme of teacher training with leadership coaching from top City of London Professionals. Includes a Summer Placement with Accenture, The Bright Ideas Challenge, The Lord Mayor's Appeal and Citi UK.

Thu 29 Feb, '24
Secrets to Success Nottingham – with Shoosmiths, Gateley and ULaw

The event hosted by the University of Nottingham is free to attend and open to all Warwick students and graduates. It is a great opportunity to meet two of Nottingham’s leading law firms, Shoosmiths and Gateley, with the latter’s training contract applications open until the end of March.

The event features a panel discussion from 4-5pm with lawyers from the participating firms and a careers expert from ULaw. The speakers will reflect on their career journeys, discuss life as a lawyer in Nottingham, offer key pieces of advice for those in the audience and consider the commercial awareness topics students need to have on their radar.

After the panel discussion, there will be networking over complimentary drinks and snacks with the speakers, trainees from the participating firms and members of their graduate recruitment teams until 6:30pm.

Register your place here.

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

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".

Tue 5 Mar, '24
Legal Careers in Human Rights and Social Justice

Join us for a fascinating evening to hear what it is like working for the UN Defence Counsel, the International Criminal Court and in the UK’s leading Law Centre for Social Justice. Book your place as soon as possible to join this online panel with Warwick Alumni and Law School contacts.

Hosted by Warwick Law School and the Warwick Law Society.

Thu 7 Mar, '24
Informed Consent and Clinical Negligence: Insights from John Whitting KC from 1 Crown Office Row

Join the Law Society at Cambridge University for this webinar featuring the esteemed barrister John Whitting KC from 1 Crown Office Row. This is a must-attend for medical, law, and philosophy students seeking a comprehensive understanding of informed consent and its implications in the realm of healthcare. John will also kindly answer questions about careers at the Bar and clinical negligence as a practice area. Secure your place now.

Tue 12 Mar, '24
Bridging the Bar: Work Experience and Mentoring Programme

This unique charityLink opens in a new window offers a wealth of opportunities for students wanting to become a barrister. Hear about work experience in the Law Commission, Ministry of Justice and London Chambers, mentoring and gain top tips on how to make a strong application.

Hosted by Warwick Bar Society, BASE Law and the Careers Service.

Wed 13 Mar, '24
‘Mastering the Magistracy’ Featuring the Law School’s very own Robert Horton
S0.18 (Social Science)

What do Magistrates do? Magistrate since 2010 and Presiding Justice for the past six years, Robert discusses sitting in the criminal courts, Crown Court appeal cases, recruitment of new magistrates and discipline cases against current magistrates.

Hosted by the BASE Law Society and the Careers Service.

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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