Events

LSE Law hosts events that play a major role in policy debates & in the education of lawyers and law teachers from around the world.

Online events

 

  

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23 June 2020  |   4pm - 6pm

Lay Participation in Criminal Proceedings - Seminar 1

Speakers: Jodie Blackstock, Professor Penny Cooper, Phil Bowen, Rabah Kherbane

The first seminar in a series bringing together academics, practitioners, policymakers, and other interested individuals to discuss the role and experiences of lay participants in criminal proceedings, and encourage critical analysis of the concept of participation.


 


 

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30 June 2020  |   4pm - 6pm

Lay Participation in Criminal Proceedings - Seminar 2

Speakers: Abimbola Johnson, Dr Samantha Fairclough, Catherine Hinwood, Joanne Morrison, John Taggart

The second seminar in a series bringing together academics, practitioners, policymakers, and other interested individuals to discuss the role and experiences of lay participants in criminal proceedings, and encourage critical analysis of the concept of participation.

 


 

Top 5 Event Podcasts from the LSE Department of Law – Most Downloaded

Listen back to our Top 5 Event Podcasts from the LSE Department of Law - Most Downloaded! 

1. Ending Wars and Making Peace: the Paris Peace Conference of 1919 re-examined (2019)

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2.Countering Colourblindness: intersectionality and post-racialism (2019)

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3.Defending Liberty and Democracy in the Age of Trump: the role of civil society (2018)

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4. Hate: Why We Should Resist it With Free Speech, Not Censorship (2018)

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5. 100 Years of Votes for Women: an LSE Law celebration (2018)

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Summer Term 2020  |  Department of Law   |    Postponed Public Events
 

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UPDATE: EVENT POSTPONED (DATE TBC)

FinTech and the Shifting Sands of Regulation Conference Series
Rethinking Regulatory Fundamentals

 


 

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UPDATE: EVENT POSTPONED (DATE TBC)

Debating Equal Justice: Fair Legal Systems in an Unfair World

Join us for a panel discussion with guests: Baroness Shami Chakrabarti, Professor Sir Tim Besley and Frederick Wilmot-Smith 

Chair: Professor Nicola Lacey

 


   

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