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.


Wednesday, March 03, 2021

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TEDxWarwick 2021: REVIVAL

Runs from Friday, February 26 to Tuesday, March 30.

For the first time ever, TEDxWarwick is hosting a dynamic virtual conference. Global speakers, diverse topics, a fluid timetable - all free of charge and to be viewed in the comfort of your own home.

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Asia Careers Insight Series of Webinars - China, Hong Kong, ASEAN & India

Runs from Monday, March 01 to Wednesday, March 31.

The ASIA Careers Insight Series (ACIS) of 30+ webinars, takes place during all of March 2021 and will help you connect with employers recruiting in mainland China, Hong Kong, South East Asia & India, plus provide you with application and interview tips and give you a chance to ask questions to graduate recruiters directly.

You can choose to join just one webinar, or all of them. Recordings will also be available.

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Bright Network Black Talent in Banking

Whether you’re already set on a career in the sector or simply want to find out more about the industry, this is an unmissable opportunity.

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Law School Research Seminar - Sam Adelman and Abdul Paliwala

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

Contributors: Sam Adelman, Upendra Baxi, Radha D’Souza, Julio Faundez, Tomaso Ferrando, Peter Fitzpatrick, Jennifer Lander, Abdul Paliwala, Sol Picciotto, Issa Shivji, William Twining

Chair: Christine Schwobel-Patel (Warwick Law School)

Discussants: Martha Gayoye (Warwick Law School) and Professor Koen de Feyter (University of Antwerp and Chair of International Law and Development Network)

Please register by emailing law.events@warwick.ac.uk and a meeting link will be provided.

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Life at a Niche Commercial Property Law Firm

Hosted by three of Feldon Dunsmore’s Warwick alumni (including a scholar from our Multicultural Scholars Programme) this event will focus on what the role of a property lawyer entails and their journeys to working at a niche property practice based in Coventry. The panel will also be providing information on the upcoming work experience scheme.

Book your place via MyAdvantage

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CSWG Graduate Seminar: Criminalising Gender

The CSWG Graduate Seminar Series welcomes graduate research students from across the UK and beyond to share their work on gender, sexuality and feminism.

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What Your Disabled Students Want You to Know - Panel Event

Focusing on mental health conditions, this event will provide open and honest accounts of life as a disabled student with mental health conditions at the university, as well as giving you a safe space to ask the questions you have always wondered about but haven’t been sure if it is appropriate to ask. This is a unique and unusual opportunity to have a ‘no holds barred’ discussion with disabled students covering a broad spectrum of mental health conditions.

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Hot Drinks & Hot Topics: Constitutional Validity of Farm Laws in India

Hot Drinks & Hot Topics: Constitutional Validity of Farm Laws in India

The Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement on Price Assurance and Farm Services Act, 2020; the Farmers’ Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Act, 2020; and, the Essential Commodities (Amendment) Act, 2020 were passed by the Indian Parliament in September, 2020 and came to be known as the “farm laws”. These laws were passed by violating the pre-legislative and legislative processes which is a testament to the fact that the central government has encroached upon the powers of state governments and has systematically been weakening federal structure of Constitutional democracy in India. The passing of Farm laws have caused quite a stir in the political life and it has given a new life to the farmer’s movement in India. The discourse around insurgent nature of the farmer’s movement and state’s counter-insurgency tactics has been taking place in abundance. But, the Constitutional opposition to these farm laws has hardly been discussed in details. Therefore, this discussion will be focused on the Constitutional validity of farm laws in India and the implications of its “class-character” on small and marginal peasants, Adivasis (Indigenous communities) and agricultural labourers (mostly working class Dalits, Adivasis and Muslims). The discussion will also help place the farm laws in a universe of deregulation laws in the field of labour, environment and mining laws that have been legislated during the COVID-19 induced pandemic to enable “ease of doing business”.
This will be an open discussion which will be steered by The Warwick Law School Alumni working on Constitutional law in India.
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BASE x CLAW: Careers Workshop

BASE and CLAW will be joined by Dr Illan Wall and the Head of Immigration and Asylum at the Central England Law Centre to discuss skills essential for any career in law, as well as exploring a few options beyond private practice as a solicitor or barrister!

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