The School of Law’s Research Seminar Series is co-ordinated by our three research centres. Our Series not only provides opportunities for the dissemination and discussion of research methods and findings, but also provides a forum for research skills development.
Our Research Seminar Series is open to all law academics, cross-faculty and external centre members, and post-graduate research students. For many seminars we also reserve seats for our LL.B, PGDL and LLM students.
Upcoming seminars shall appear here as they are confirmed.
Check back soon for details on our next seminar.
Framing Research Questions and Designing Research Projects
Writing a Case Note
An Experience of Time in English Law
The European Convention on Human Rights and the Duty of Care in Negligence
Starting your Research
‘Brainstorming the Psychology of Law and Civil Justice’
‘Medical Clemency in the United States: Our Study so Far’
'Consumer Markets: Why regulate?'
‘Sociology of law, public policy and medicine: interesting intersections and the case of medical guidelines’
A New Model of Legal Claims and Judicial Decision-making in Shaken Baby Syndrome/NAHI Cases.
Writing a Monograph: Group Discussion/Feedback.