Public 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.

Summer Term 2021

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21 April 2021   |   2 - 6pm 

Joint LSE Law and IPKat Event

The CJEU's billion-dollar question - who gets a SEP licence and and when should an injunction be granted?

Speakers: The Rt Hon Sir Christopher Floyd, Pat Treacy (Deputy High Court Judge and competition partner, Bristows), Dr. Roman Bonn (Global Head fo IP, Continental AG), Alexandra Yang (Partner, Fangda Partners), Sven Volcker (Partner, Latham & Watkins), Rebekka Porath (Global IP Policy Director, Intel)

Chair: Luke McDonagh 

The event is being moderated by James Nurton (co-founder of Lextel Partners)

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11 May 2021   |   5 - 6pm 

Event Series: Political Authority and Constitutional Change in the 21st Century

The Constitution, Brexit and the Union: An Unravelling

Speaker: Helen Thompson (Cambridge)

Chair: Martin Loughlin

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12 May 2021   |   5 - 6.30pm 

Public Lecture

What is to be Done About Fake News?

Speakers: Andrew Murray (LSE), Chi Onwurah MP (Shadow Minister for Science, Research & Digital), Kate Klonick (St. John's University)

Chair: Jeremy Horder (LSE)

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Friday 7 May 2021    |   4pm   |    Open to all LSE Law students [Rescheduled from 1 April]

The Lewis Lectures Part 3: Deployment of AI and Ethics 

Speaker: Mark Lewis
Chair: Martin Husovec

Hosted by Andrew Murray

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Top 5 Event Podcasts from the LSE Department of Law 2019/20 – 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)


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


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


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


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





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