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School of Law Doctoral Research Seminar Series 2016-17

The law doctoral research seminar series combines work-in-progress presentations from PhD students with workshops led by established scholars. Current second and third year PhD students get the opportunity to deliver a presentation on the subject of their thesis. Visiting scholars lead research seminars on key concepts and methods in legal studies. The seminars are intended to foster the research community at Queen Mary, so postgraduate students from Queen Mary as well as other institutions are welcome to attend.

The seminars are intended to foster the research community at Queen Mary, so postgraduate students from Queen Mary as well as other institutions are welcome to attend. For more information contact ccls-law-phd@qmul.ac.uk.

A sandwich lunch will be provided at each seminar.

 

DatePresentation Titles
Tuesday 20 October 2016 1-3pm CCLS 3.1Professor Rashida Manjoo, University of Capetown, former UN Special Rapporteur on "Violence Against Women"
Tuesday 1 November 2016 1-3pm CCLS 3.1Dr Maria Ioannidou - "Presentation skills"
Tuesday 15 November 2016 1-3pm CCLS 3.1Rachel Alkalay - "The Future of Internet Service Providers' Role in Preventing Copyright Abuse"
Tuesday 29 November 2016 1-3pm CCLS 3.1Elif Kuskonmaz - "Is there a way out of the quagmire of defining terrorism?"
Tuesday 6 December 2016 1-3pm CCLS 3.1Angela Sherwood - "Urban exclusion and resistance: experiences of property-making by Haiti's earthquake displaced"
Friday 9 December 2016 12-2pm, CCLS Lecture TheatreDr Emmanouil Billis, Max Planck Institute on the "Methodology of Comparative Criminal Law Research". Register via Eventbrite.
Tuesday 31 January 2017, 1-2.30pm, Room GC603, Graduate Centre, Mile EndKatharine Weatherhead - “Why study migrants’ knowledge of migration law at EU hotspots?”
Tuesday 14 February 2017 12-2pm, Law 313, Mile EndProfessor Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian. Register via Eventbrite.
Tuesday 28 February 2017 1-2.30pm, CCLS Lecture TheatreEranjan Padumadasa – “How the cookie crumbles: regulating online privacy within the context of online behavioural advertising”
Tuesday 14 March 2017 1-2.30pm, Room GC603, Graduate Centre, Mile EndAndreas Marcou – title to be confirmed (subject concerns democracy and freedom in republicianism)
Tuesday 28 March 2017 1-2.30pm, CCLS 3.1Giancarlo Moretti – title to be confirmed (subject concerns non-agricultural geographical indications)
Thursday 18 May 2017 12-2pm, Law 313Professor Lauren Benton. Register via Eventbrite.
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