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School of Law

Department of Law staff 'Work in Progress' seminars

2019 - 20

If you are not a member of the School of Law and would like to attend, please email Phoebe Okowa:

  • Venue: Room 313, Law Building, Mile End Campus (unless otherwise stated)
  • Time: 12.15 – 13.50 - talks preceded by a light lunch 

Semester 1

  • 25 September - 12.15 -14.00
    Professor Dianne Otto, University of Melbourne
    The Politics of Legibility: Contemporary Battles Over “the family” in International Human Rights Law.' (This is a LEAD/CLSGC event)
  • 9 October - 12.12-14.00
    Frances Ridout, Director of the Legal Advice Centre 
    ‘What is clinical Legal education and where does problem based learning fit in?’
  • 16 October
    Chaired by Professor Kate Malleson, Queen Mary University of London
    Collaborative roundtable discussion on teaching - Details of format follow.
  • 30 October
    Professor Rachael Mulheron, Queen Mary University of London
    ‘You are in Class Action! Unless the Supreme Court Rules Otherwise…’
  • 13 November
    Professor Oren Yiftachel, Ben-Gurion University, Leverhulme Visiting Professor, UCL
    'Terra Nullius in Hebrew: The Legal Geography of the Bedouins in Israel/Palestine
  • 20 November
    Dr Prakash Shah, Queen Mary University of London
    ‘How the U.K. got its Caste Law’
  • 27 November
    Professor Shreya Atrey, Kellogg College, University of Oxford
    ‘Intersectional Discrimination’
  • 4 December
    Professor Jonathan Griffiths, Queen Mary University of London
    ‘From Tort to Intellectual Property –Goodwill in the Law of Passing off’
  • 11 December
    Dr Mario Mendez, Queen Mary University of London
    ‘Controlling the Treaty Making Power’

Semester 2

  • 22 January
    Professor Shreya Atrey, Kellog College, University of Oxford 
    ‘Intersectional Discrimination'
  • 29 January
    Professor Andrea Sangiovanni, EUI 
    ‘Ethics of Immigration’
  • 5 February
    Dr Caroline Morris, Queen Mary University of London
    Dr Ivy Williams: Inside Yet Outside
  • 12 February
    Professor Jannemieke Ouwerkerk, Leiden University
    ‘European Criminal Justice at What Price? Conceptualising Financial Responsibility’ Sharing in EU criminal Justice Co-operation’
  • 11 March
    To be confirmed
  • 18 March
    Dr Yossi Nehushtan, Keele University
    ‘Judicial Review of Legislation and Democratic Legitimacy’
  • 1 April
    Professor Hans Lindahl, Queen Mary University of London
    ‘Constitutionalizing the Anthropocene’
  • 8 April
    Staff Seminar on Innovation in teaching