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April 2015

Wednesday 29 April 2015

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15:00 The Consequences for criminal law of an EU exit. Are we walking blindly into the unknown?
Professor John Spencer, Cambridge University;  Professor Estella Baker, De Montfort University;  Mike Kennedy, former Chair of Eurojust;  Professor Steve Peers, Essex University.
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Friday 1 May 2015

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18:00 Apartheid at the World Court: The Dispute between Sir Percy Spender and Sir Muhammed Zafrulla Khan in the South West Africa Cases Revisted
Victor Kattan, National University of Singapore.
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Tuesday 5 May 2015

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09:00 Supervising the PhD in Law
Speakers: Professor Alison Diduck, University College London;Professor Linda Mulcahy, London School of Economics;Professor Chizu Nakajima, London Guildhall Faculty of Business & Law, London Metropolitan University; Emeritus Professor Avrom Sherr, IALS; Dr Constantin Stefanou, IALS; Professor Helen Xanthaki, IALS; Professor Lisa Webley, University of Westminster.   The Institute of Advanced Legal Studies welcomes Supervisors of PhD’s in Law from across the UK to this specially tailored day of presentations, discussion sessions, break-out sessions, networking opportunities and optional library tours. Speakers: Professor Alison Diduck, University College London;Professor Linda Mulcahy, London School of Economics;Professor Chizu Nakajima, London Guildhall Faculty of Business & Law, London Metropolitan University; Emeritus Professor Avrom Sherr, IALS; Dr Constantin Stefanou, IALS; Professor Helen Xanthaki, IALS; Professor Lisa Webley, University of Westminster. This training day for Supervisors will cover the following: Legal research methods for the law PhD: Facilitating the identification of the research question; Advising students to undertake literature reviews and developing a theoretical framework; Quantitative and qualitative methods for the law PhD; Ethics committees; with breakout sessions and Panel discussion on issues raised by attendees. Supervisory practice: Laying the ground for success / role of supervisor / supervisory teams; When things go wrong; Cross-national comparative legal research methods; Preparing for the Vivas + what happens after the Viva. For a copy of the full programme, please click here REGISTRATION AND PAYMENTS:   For on-line booking and payments, please click here Registration Fees - Full Day: £75.00;  Morning only: £50.00;  Afternoon only: £40.00. Although tailored specifically for supervisors to the law PhD, this training programme may contain some material which repeats and reinforces generic training suitable for all PhD supervisors. Note:  Attendance is restricted to Supervisors.   This day is not designed to provide training for MPhil/PhD candidates. For other queries, contact IALS.Events@sas.ac.uk
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Saturday 9 May 2015

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10:00 The Islamic Marriage Conundrum, Conflicts of Recognition
Ian Edge, Vishal Vora and J-P Dequen, SOAS; David Hodson; Valentine Le Grice QC; Dr Prakash Shah, QMUL; Justice Andrew Moylan.  Academic Convenors: Vishal Vora and J-P Dequen, SOAS.
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Wednesday 13 May 2015

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18:00 Open Justice and Open Secrets: The Cultural Afterlife of Criminal Evidence
Professor Katherine Biber, University of Technology Sydney, Australia: IALS Visiting Fellow.
This event is FREE but those wishing to attend should let IALS  know  in advance.  To register, please use the automatic form below, or email  IALS.Events@sas.ac.uk.
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Thursday 14 May 2015

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12:30 Accountability or involvement? Open government and the participatory ideal.
Dr Judith Bannister, University of Adelaide, Australia; IALS Visiting Fellow.
IALS Lunchtime Seminar Dr Judith Bannister is a Senior Lecturer at Adelaide University Law School in South Australia. She teaches and researches in Administrative Law and Intellectual Property. She has combined qualifications in law and librarianship to develop her research in the field of regulation of information access: her work integrates freedom of information, copyright and confidential information. Judith has a PhD from the Australian National University in the field of information law. This event is FREE but those wishing to attend should let IALS  know  in advance.  To register, please use the automatic form below, or email  IALS.Events@sas.ac.uk.
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Friday 15 May 2015

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18:00 Legal History Seminar

Further details to follow. Organised with the London Legal History Seminar. This event is FREE but those wishing to attend should let IALS  know  in advance.  To register, please use the automatic form below, or email  IALS.Events@sas.ac.uk.
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Monday 18 May 2015

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16:00 Cybercrime, Policing and Privacy

Details to be announced. REGISTRATION:  This event is FREE but prior booking is required. Please register via the IALS EventBrite page. Organised with the European Criminal Law Association (UK)          
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Thursday 21 May 2015

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12:30 Regulating and Supervising Capital Markets in the European Union - Facing the Complexity Trap
Professor Gudula Deipenbrock, Hochschule fürTechnik und Wirtschaft (HTW) , University of Applied Sciences, Berlin, Germany.
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Friday 29 May 2015

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18:00 Legal History Seminar

Further details to follow. Organised with the London Legal History Seminar. This event is FREE but those wishing to attend should let IALS  know  in advance.  To register, please use the automatic form below, or email  IALS.Events@sas.ac.uk.
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Monday 1 June 2015

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18:00 Contractarians in Corporate Law: Having Their Cake and Eating it
Dr Daniel Attenborough, University of Durham; IALS Visiting Fellow.
IALS Lunchtime Seminar. REGISTRATION:  This event is FREE but prior booking is required. Please click here to register via EventBrite.
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Thursday 4 June 2015

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12:30 Practicing Family Law in Libya: Observations from the Tripoli Courts
Dr Jess Carlisle, University of Manchester; IALS Visiting Fellow
IALS Lunchtime Seminar This event is FREE but those wishing to attend should let IALS  know  in advance.  To register, please use the automatic form below, or email  IALS.Events@sas.ac.uk.
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Monday 8 June 2015

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Course on Electronic Evidence (including Electronic Signatures)
Course Director: Stephen Mason, Barrister; Associate Research Fellow at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies; and a member of the IT Panel of the General Council of the Bar of England Wales.
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Certificate in International Commercial and Investment Arbitration 2015
Professor Ilias Bantekas, Brunel University and Senior Associate Research Fellow at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London.
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16:30 The Future of AFSJ: the House of Lords proposals on the European area of Freedom, Security and Justice

Detail to be announced. REGISTRATION:  This event is FREE but prior booking is required. Please click here to register via EventBrite.   Organised with the European Criminal Law Association (UK)          
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18:00 Legislative Drafting and Statute Law Series (on planning law)
Charles Mynors
REGISTRATION:  This event is FREE but prior booking is required. Please click here to register via EventBrite. Organised by the Statute Law Society (www.statutelawsociety.org) and the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies.    
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Monday 15 June 2015

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Course in Legislative Drafting 2015
Professor Helen Xanthaki and Dr Constantin Stefanou, and others.
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15:00 Directors' civil liability: an effective instrument of 'discipline'? - a comparative legal approach
Speakers:  Dr Iris Chiu, Reader, University College London; Professor Gudula Deipenbrock, HTW Berlin, Visiting Fellow at IALS; Professor Rolf Dotevall, University of Gothenburg, Sweden; Dr Maren Heidemann, Lecturer in Commercial Law, School of Law, University of Glasgow; Professor Junko Ueda, Kyushu University, Japan.  Academic Convenor: Professor Gudula Deipenbrock, Hochschule fürTechnik und Wirtschaft (HTW) , University of Applied Sciences, Berlin, Germany; IALS Visiting Fellow.  
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Wednesday 17 June 2015

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12:30 Thinking spaces; the exclusion of deliberative matter from FOI disclosure
Dr Judith Bannister, University of Adelaide, Australia; IALS Visiting Fellow.
IALS Lunchtime Seminar Dr Judith Bannister is a Senior Lecturer at Adelaide University Law School in South Australia. She teaches and researches in Administrative Law and Intellectual Property. She has combined qualifications in law and librarianship to develop her research in the field of regulation of information access: her work integrates freedom of information, copyright and confidential information. Judith has a PhD from the Australian National University in the field of information law. This event is FREE but those wishing to attend should let IALS  know  in advance.  To register, please use the automatic form below, or email  IALS.Events@sas.ac.uk.
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Monday 22 June 2015

TimeTitleVenue
Law and the Ageing of Humankind (W G Hart Legal Workshop 2015)
Academic Directors: Professor Jonathan Montgomery, University College London; Professor Richard Ashcroft, Queen Mary, University of London.
Call for Papers
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Monday 29 June 2015

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18:00 Lawyering for the Poor: Provisions and Plans for Legal Aid Services in North Africa
Dr Jess Carlisle, University of Manchester; IALS Visiting Fellow
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Tuesday 30 June 2015

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10:00 Legislative Drafting and Language: Legal Language in Context
Professor Giuliana Garzone, Milan;  Dr Karen McAuliffe, Exeter; Professor Giulia Pennisi, Palermo; William Robinson, Senior Associate Research Fellow, IALS; Professor Helen Xanthanki, IALS.  Academic Convenor: Professor Giulia Pennisi.  
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