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The Implications of the SQE for Legal Education

‘The Implications of the SQE for Legal Education’ presentation delivered by Professor Stephen Bailey at the Annual SLS Conference 2021, Durham University is available to view here. The presentation took place on 1 September 2021 as part of the Future Challenges for Legal Education Plenary Session.

General Call for Papers/Panels for 2021 SLS Annual Conference Subject Sections Programme at the University of Durham and virtually

**Update on Friday 26 March 2021: The deadline for the Call for Papers/Panels for the 2021 SLS Annual Conference has been extended to 11:59pm UK time on Tuesday 6th April 2021.** ———————————————————————————————————————————————————– The 2021 Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference will be held both at the University of Durham and virtually, from Tuesday 31st August…

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General Call for Papers/Panels for 2020 SLS Annual Conference Subject Sections Programme at the University of Exeter

The 2020 Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference will be held at the University of Exeter, from Tuesday 1st September – Friday 4th September, under the Presidency of Professor Rebecca Probert. The calls for papers for individual Subject Sections will be circulated in the coming days, and we look forward to receiving many submissions for the…

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Extension of Call for Papers: SLS Annual Conference 2019 @legalscholars @SLSPreston2019

Dear All, The deadline for the calls for papers and panels at the Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference at the University of Central Lancashire in Preston has been extended by one week, to 11:59pm on Monday 25th March. This extension apples to all of the subject sections in our programme, to enable the widest…

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Call for Papers: MONDAY 26th DEADLINE – SUBJECT SECTIONS, SLS ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2018

This is a final reminder that the deadline for proposals for the subject sections at the Society’s Annual Conference is 11:59pm UK time on Monday 26th March 2018.  

Further Call for Papers and Announcement of Keynote Speakers: Subject Sections, SLS Annual Conference

Further Call for Papers and Announcement of Keynote Speakers – Subject Sections at the Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference I write to encourage further responses to the call for papers for the Subject Sections programme at the Annual Conference. The deadline is approaching, on Monday 26th March. The Subject Sections are a vital and supportive…

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Announcement of Provisional Keynote Speakers for the Subject Sections at the 2018 SLS Annual Conference

The Society is delighted to announce the current provisional list of keynote speakers for the various Subject Sections at the Society’s 2018 Annual Conference at Queen Mary University of London, which will run from Tuesday 4th to Friday 7th September 2018. The theme of the conference is ‘Law in Troubled Times’. This list is below:…

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Call for Papers for Conflict of Laws Subject Section at the SLS Annual Conference 2018

SLS Conflict of Laws Section: Call for Papers and Panels for 2018 SLS Annual Conference at Queen Mary University of London This is a call for papers and panels for the Conflict of Laws section of the 2018 SLS Annual Conference to be held at Queen Mary University of London from Tuesday 4th September –…

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Call for Papers for Energy Law Subject Section at the SLS Annual Conference 2018

SLS Energy Law Section: Call for Papers/Panels for 2018 SLS Annual Conference at Queen Mary University of London This is a call for papers and panels for the Energy Law section of the 2018 Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference to be held at Queen Mary University of London from Tuesday 4th September – Friday…

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The Society’s Property & Trusts Section Response to the @Law_Commission’s “Making a Will” Consultation is now available

Members of the Society’s Property & Trusts Section have responded to the Law Commission’s “Making a Will” Consultation. The response was coordinated by the Property & Trusts convenor Simon Cooper, and developed out of a Workshop supported by the Society and the University of Portsmouth. The response can be read here: https://www.legalscholars.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/Making-A-Will-SLS-Response.pdf   The Commission’s…

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