Lacuna recruiting student to join publicity team!
We currently have a paid opportunity for students to become involved in social media/publicity for the magazine. To apply, read the following paragraph to find out whether you are suitable for the role, and email your CV and covering letter (150 words) to Alice (email@example.com) by Monday 13th February.
The successful candidate will help to maintain and strengthen Lacuna’s social media profile (Facebook and Twitter). They will need to be able to post/tweet in relation to the magazine’s content on a daily basis, and interact with responses. They will also be asked to put together databases of email contacts to whom we can publicise particular editions of the magazine. The successful candidate should therefore have an excellent understanding of social media, and the media/magazine industry, and should have a passion for issues of human rights and injustice. He or she will also need to be able to work as part of a small team and communicate with them promptly and effectively. We are looking for candidates to start as soon as possible, who will be available outside of term time and (preferably) in 2017/2017. We are also keen to hear from PhD candidates in their first and second year.
Death Penalty Project Internship: Student interview for Warwick Law Careers Blog
Warwick Law student Cara Sylvester shares some reflections on her Death Penalty Project internship in summer 2016 in Little Rock for the Warwick Law Careers Blog.
Event: Critical reflections on the death penalty - A conversation with Russell Stetler (Mon 28 Nov 5pm room 2.12)
Russell Stetler, National Mitigation Coordinator, Office of the Federal Public Defender, California will give a talk on current developments in the US Death Penalty on Monday 28th November at 5pm, Room S 2.12 (Law School).
This talk will be of interest to all students involved and looking to get involved in the Warwick Law School Death Penalty Project.
Please email Becky and Cara to find out more about the DPP project and related activities.
We look forward to seeing Law and non-Law students at the event!