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LSE Law School Podcast Library


Stream or download podcast recordings from LSE Law School

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

Law and Ukraine

Solutions to the Ukrainian Crisis and the Politics of International Law

24 March 2022

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Ukraine, the Ethics of Client Selection, and the Limits of Lawyering

17 March 2022

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The Invasion of Ukraine and the European Union

09 March 2022

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Ukraine and the Effectiveness of Financial Sanctions

10 March 2022

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Courts and judges

Criminal law

Equality, diversity, inclusion and law

EU law

International law

 

Solutions to the Ukrainian Crisis and the Politics of International Law

24 March 2022

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Ukraine, the Ethics of Client Selection, and the Limits of Lawyering

17 March 2022

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The Invasion of Ukraine and the European Union

09 March 2022

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Ukraine and the Effectiveness of Financial Sanctions

10 March 2022

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A Multilateral Investment Court: A rise for international adjudication or an exercise in futility?

05 March 2020

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Ending Wars and Making Peace: the Paris Peace Conference of 1919 re-examined

08 October 2019

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Can companies do business with Israeli settlements in Occupied Palestinian Territory while respecting human rights?

14 November 2018

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Is International Law 'International'?

01 May 2018

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Post-Beveridge International Law

14 February 2018 

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International Law and New Wars

20 June 2017

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Literary Festival 2016: United Nations on Trial

26 February 2016

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Theorising transnational legal orders

27 October 2015

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The Iran deal and the future of American foreign policy doctrine: Power, law, ideology and partisanship

20 October 2015 

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Investor Protection in TTIP: fading democracy or new generation?

12 February 2015 

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Conor Gearty in Conversation with Chaloka Beyani

14 January 2015 

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Law, technology & society

Private law

Public & constitutional law

Regulation, governance & society

Occupying the Pedestal: Cultural Heritage, Protest, and the Law

 29 October 2020

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Is it time to Cancel Household Debt?

15 October 2020

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Can Markets Pursue Social Values?

09 May 2018

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Images that Resemble Us Too Much: natives, corporations, humans, and other personified creatures of international law

13 March 2018 

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The Myth of Millionaire Tax Flight: how place still matters for the rich

20 November 2017

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Competition and the Regulation of the Legal Services Market

19 January 2017 

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Financial Regulation: Back to the Future?

10 January 2017

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A Question of Law and Wealth

02 March 2016 

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Subjects of Reason: goods, markets and imaginaries of the global future

21 January 2016

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Who is legally responsible for climate change?

22 May 2015 

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The Law, Finance and the Abyss

12 March 2015 

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Islamic finance standardization: Is it a mirage?

12 February 2015 

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Dirty Old London

19 November 2014 

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On Fantasy Island: British politics, English judges and the European Convention on Human Rights

06 November 2014

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Fire in the blood

20 March 2014 

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The Theft of Creative Content: Copyright in Crisis

 9 May 2013

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