12 December 2016, 14:30-15:30 | Seminar | Room 1.08, Liberty Building
This paper explores the extent to which the future development of China’s company law should be examined through the lens of soft law rather than through traditional hard law mechanisms, examining the strengths and weaknesses of this soft law pathway to normative development.
13 December 2016, 07:45-09:00 | Seminar | Walker Morris LLP
Join us over breakfast to discuss the changes proposed by The Solicitors Regulation Authority and consider what the future might hold for our law school and the legal profession.
14 December 2016 | Seminar | Centre for Criminal Justice Studies
This seminar on 14 December will examine the current landscape and debates in the use of tracking devices across a range of domains.
6 January 2017, 9.30 - 16:45 | Conference | The Liberty Building, Moot Court Room | Centre for Business Law and Practice
The conference will assess different models of secured transactions law reform, the impact on other areas of law, and specific problematic asset classes such as financial collateral, intellectual property rights and bitcoin.
6 April 2017 | Seminar | Centre for Criminal Justice Studies
The seminar on 6 April will explore the legal and ethical issues arising from actual and potential uses of tracking devices across a range of contexts.
15 June 2017 | Seminar | Centre for Criminal Justice Studies
This seminar on 15 June 2017 will explore: the current state of tracking devices and future design solutions; identify knowledge gaps in relation to the design and use of the technologies and examine the potential for technologies to be improved by considering the challenges across domains.
3 December 2016, 17:30 | Alumni Dinner | Liberty Building
To mark the forthcoming 50 year anniversary of the class of 1969, graduates from the same year are invited to attend a Law reunion dinner.
1 December 2016, 17:00 - 18:30 | Lecture | Moot Court
The inaugural lecture of Professor Dr Elies van Sliedregt
1 December 2016 — 2 December 2016, 09:30 - 13:30 | Workshop | Devonshire Hall | Centre for Criminal Justice Studies
The workshop aims to study the interrelationship between international, transnational and domestic criminal law and justice.
The (Un)Happy Lawyer?: Law Firms, Law Schools and the Political Economy of the Wellbeing Turn in the Legal Profession
30 November 2016, 14:30-16:00 | Seminar | Liberty Building |
Wellbeing, encompassing a broad set of concerns around mental and physical health and ‘what matters to people’, is an idea that has moved centre stage internationally across debates relating to diverse aspects of economic, cultural and political change.
25 November 2016, 13:00-14:00 | Seminar | Liberty Building | Centre for Criminal Justice Studies
‘New Directions in Restorative Justice Practice and Research’ a conversation with Professor Jennifer Llewellyn of the Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie University, Canada
23 November 2016, 13:00-18:00 | Seminar | Moot Court, Liberty Building | Centre for Business Law and Practice
The Annual Postgraduate Research Student Conference of Centre of Business Law and Practice 2016
15 November 2016, 17:00 - 18:30 | Seminar | Moot Court, The Liberty Building. |
In this public lecture Michael Stein will discuss the struggles by persons with disabilities for social and economic justice within a rights framework.
3 November 2016, 17:00 - 18:30 | Lecture | Moot Court, The Liberty Building
The inaugural lecture of Professor Oliver Lewis. This lecture will review the impact of strategic human rights litigation as a tool that can expose and demolish barriers that prevent people with mental health issues or learning disabilities from enjoying equality, inclusion and justice.
29 October 2016 — 30 October 2016 | Conference | Liberty Building, University of Leeds
The School of Law is hosting the annual Conference of the UK Branch of the International Association of Legal and Social Philosophy (IVR).
14 October 2016, 17:30 - 19:00 | Seminar | Moot Court, The Liberty Building |
This event will mark the unveiling of a Banner on the 50th Anniversary of the Race Relations Act 1965. The Banner was previously exhibited in Westminster Hall at the Houses of Parliament.