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Judicial racism and the Lammy Review

December 2021

Judicial racism and the Lammy Review
IALS/European Criminal Law Webinar: Proceeds of Crime: International & Domestic Strategies; Cooperation and Cases
The Nation-State: Not Yet Ready for the Dustbin of History?
Meet the Practitioners: What is the potential impact of the UN Global Compact for Refugees on UK asylum law and practice?
Lunch with...Joan Smith
1966 and All That: Changing Our Minds in a Post-Brexit World”, and will be delivered by the Supreme Court Justice The Rt. Hon. Lady Rose of Colmworth, DBE
Criminalising Coercive Control: Challenges for the implementation of Northern Ireland’s new domestic abuse offence

January 2022

Authoritarian Constitutions and the Cost of Freedom
Meet the Practitioners: What are the challenges regarding the implementation of the UK's Commitments under the Withdrawal Agreement to EU Nationals living in the UK?

February 2022

The Brixton Riots: Policing the Black Community in the Last 40 Years
Pupillage Panel Event: Interviews
Free Speech Platforms in Unfree Countries
AHRC Engaging with Government Programme: open for applications
Meet the Practitioners: Are women asylum seekers made vulnerable by UK asylum procedures?

March 2022

Power to the People: Constitutionalism in the Age of Populism
Power to the People: Constitutionalism in the Age of Populism
2021-22 Cotterrell Lecture in Sociological Jurisprudence
Climate Change and the Rule of Law Conference

April 2022

SLSA Annual Conference 2022: call for papers

June 2022

The 1st SCOTLIN Early Career Scholars Symposium - Call for Papers
Finding Your Footing, Building Your Standing, & Challenging What’s Expected

May 2023

23rd International Roundtables for the Semiotics of Law – IRSL 2023: call for papers

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