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Tue 16 Apr, '24 - Wed 17 Apr, '24
IEL Collective Research and Impact Writing Workshop

Runs from Tuesday, April 16 to Wednesday, April 17.

Applications are now open for the IEL Collective Research and Impact Writing and Publications workshop taking place on 16-17 April 2024 at the University of Warwick. The workshop builds on the IEL Collective Mentoring and Professional Development Scheme launched last year to support for ECS in their academic development. The workshop will bring together a small group of early career IEL scholars who are in the final stage of/have recently completed their PhD to work alongside more experienced colleagues in the field to help them to finalise a piece of writing for publication. The piece of writing can be in the form of a journal article, monograph proposal, or policy report.

To apply, please see details here complete the online form Link opens in a new windowby 1st December 2023.

This workshop is funded by the Warwick Enhancing Research Culture Fund, Warwick Law School and Social and Legal Studies.