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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Mon 28 Sep, '20 - Fri 13 Nov, '20
All-day
Warwick Festival of Careers

Runs from Monday, September 28 to Friday, November 13.

The Festival of Careers is a programme of online events created to connect students in all years of study with employers and help them to develop their skills and think about their future. The Festival is a packed schedule of webinars, workshops and interactive sessions.

Mon 26 Oct, '20
Virtual Open Day

Find out more about studying law at Warwick.

Tue 27 Oct, '20
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Virtual Law Careers Fair 2020

Whether you are trying to find out what the legal world has to offer or focus more on which firm you would like to work for this Fair gives you the chance to talk directly to professionals about opportunities available.

Wed 28 Oct, '20
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CSWG Graduate Seminar: Gender-based Violence

Sally-Anne Beverley: Bisexual Women's Experiences of Violence

Ana Beires: Gender-based Violence Primary Prevention Programmes: Preliminary results in the Portuguese context

Fri 30 Oct, '20
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Big Screen Halloween Movie Night
Basecamp - Piazza

Relax, get a hot chocolate from Basecamp, and join us on the Piazza for spooky movie favourite Hocus Pocus.

Sat 31 Oct, '20
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Big Screen Halloween Movie Night
Basecamp - Piazza

Relax, get a hot chocolate from Basecamp, and join us on the Piazza for spooky movie favourite The Addams Family

Tue 3 Nov, '20
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Aspiring Solicitors - Commercial Law Applications Masterclass

Join former lawyers from Aspiring Solicitors for a workshop designed to enable you to build confidence in pursuing a training contract during a pandemic.

Wed 4 Nov, '20
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New Methodologies of Measuring Women's Unpaid Labour: The Feminist Everyday Observatory Tool

Warwick Interdisciplinary Research Centre for International Development (WICID) Webinar. The event will discuss findings from the piloting of a new method (the Feminist Everyday Observatory Tool) to capture the impacts of conflict on women's social reproduction (unpaid care work). 

Wed 4 Nov, '20
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Hogan Lovells’ Commercial Awareness Session

This session is brought to you by Hogan Lovells and will be delivered by Chris Stoakes, a former commercial lawyer, legal expert and author of ‘Know the City’ and ‘All you need to know about Commercial Awareness’.

Wed 4 Nov, '20
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Fire Garden by Walk the Plank
Arts Centre

Join us as dusk turns to darkness for this special installation which will transform the Arts Centre and its surroundings into a magical Fire Garden.

Thu 5 Nov, '20
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Legal Cover Letters

Learn how to put together a legal cover letter that has impact or to critically evaluate an existing one. The workshop will set out key requirements in creating a cover letter, look at tailoring your cover letter to employers’ requirements and how to showcase your motivation, skills and achievements.

Thu 5 Nov, '20
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Fire Garden by Walk the Plank
Arts Centre

Join us as dusk turns to darkness for this special installation which will transform the Arts Centre and its surroundings into a magical Fire Garden.

Tue 10 Nov, '20
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Post Study Work Visa Options in the UK (Tier 4 students)

Are you an international student interested in working in the UK? This session will outline the main options for working in the UK including the new graduate immigration route. The session will be delivered by one of the immigration advisers from the University’s Immigration & Compliance Team.

Wed 2 Dec, '20
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CSWG Graduate Seminar Series

Presenters: Meryem Choukri: Archives of Resistance - Black Feminist and Feminist of Colour Movements in Germany and Caryn Thandi Petersen: Pedagogies of Discomfort: Intersectionality in the South African Decolonial Student Movement.

Wed 9 Dec, '20
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CSWG Graduate Seminar Series: Negotiating Medical Body Presentations

Presenters: Louise Morgan:Clean Eating and the Gendered Body in Twenty-First Century Britain and Vicky Hodgson: Using the photographic self- portrait to represent the impact of medical intervention in relation to breast cancer treatment on the older woman's body.

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