Law students: International Graduate Legal Research Conference 2013
Law 15 March 2013
This two-day conference has a reputation for being a unique platform to meet other researchers and academics from across the world. It will also give delegates a fantastic opportunity to listen to a wide variety of selected presentations from legal researchers working in highly topical areas of contemporary legal scholarship.
In particular, the following panels have been confirmed to take place during the IGLRC 2013:
- Commercial Law
- Competition Law
- Constitutional Law
- Criminal Law and Criminology
- Environmental Law
- European Union Law
- Human Rights Law
- Intellectual Property
- International Economic Law
- Legal Theory
- Private Law
- Public International Law
You can find more information on how to register here.
Those registering in advance will receive a £5 discount, paying £50 for the whole conference.
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