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University of Sussex: Visiting Research Fellowship in Human Rights Law

CLOSING DATE: 31 July 2017. The Sussex Centre for Human Rights Research invites applications for the award of Visiting Research Fellow in Human Rights Law for the 2017-18 academic year. Applications are open to human rights law scholars who wish to spend time at Sussex Law School, attached to the Sussex Centre for Human Rights…

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University of Leeds: Research and Teaching Scholarship

CLOSING DATE: 1 June 2017. This is a prestigious School-funded award with both a research and training component. The successful applicant will register with the University for a three-year programme of study for a PhD degree, receiving regular academic supervision, support and research training throughout. They will also be expected to undertake a specified amount…

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The Society’s response to the Consultation on the second Research Excellence Framework

The Society’s response to the Consultation on the second Research Excellence Framework is available here.

Final Call for Papers and Panels @slsdublin2017

Web: http://www.legalscholars.ac.uk/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/legalscholars Twitter: @legalscholars Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. SLS 2017 Annual Conference, Dublin: Call for Papers and Panels Closes on Monday 27th March Dear all, Just a quick reminder that the call for papers and panels for the SLS 2017 Annual Conference, to be held at University College Dublin from Tuesday 5th –…

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The Society of Legal Scholars Conference 2017 – Call For Papers/Panels @slsdublin2017 @UCDLawSchool

The Society of Legal Scholars Conference – Call For Papers/Panels The call for papers and panels for the 2017 SLS Annual Conference, to be held at University College Dublin from Tuesday 5th September – Friday 8th September, is now open.  This year’s theme is ‘The Diverse Unities of Law’. Our subject sections are distributed equally…

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Oxford University: Associate Professorship of Law and Tutorial Fellowship in Law

CLOSING DATE:  2 December 2016 at 12 noon. Oxford University Faculty of Law and Jesus College  seek to appoint an Associate Professor of Law to start at the beginning of the academic year 2017-2018, or soon thereafter.  This post is associated with a Tutorial Fellowship at Jesus College.  The intention is to appoint a legal…

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Plenary Videos from SLS Conference, Oxford 2016 – Baroness Hale @UKSupremeCourt, @Law_Commission & @scotlawcom, #Brexit & more

We have made available videos of the plenary sessions from our Annual Conference in Oxford in September 2016. The theme of the Conference, led by our President Professor Andrew Burrows, was ‘Legislation and the Role of the Judiciary’. The four sessions were: 1. Modern Statutory Interpretation (Chair: Lady Justice Arden Professor John Bell (Cambridge), Lord…

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Winner of the SLS 2016 Best Paper Prize Announced

Dear all, I am delighted to announce that the SLS 2016 Best Paper Prize has been awarded to Maria Lee (UCL) for her paper ‘Knowledge of landscape in wind energy planning’, which was presented within the Environmental Law section.  The paper will appear in the first issue of Legal Studies in 2017.  Many congratulations to Maria!…

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Shifting the Place of Social Security: Blog by Jed Meers, Joint-Winner of the 2016 Poster Prize

Jed Meers is a PhD student at York Law School, looking at housing law and welfare reform.   Shifting the Place of Social Security: Blog by Joint-Winner of the 2016 Poster Prize   Academic posters still receive some mixed press. So much so, a Routledge Handbook published earlier this year dedicates a chapter to asking,…

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Statement Regarding the Society’s Annual Conference Dinner

The speaker at the annual conference dinner of the Society of Legal Scholars (SLS) in Oxford on Wednesday September 7 was the Right Honourable Michael Gove MP. The invitation on behalf of the SLS was made and accepted when he was Minister of Justice and Lord Chancellor (and months before the EU referendum campaigns had…

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