To mark the launch of our call for applications for the first SAS/Senate House Library Public Engagement Innovators Scheme, we asked some staff from across the School about their experiences of public engagement and how it has influenced their research and professional practice. In this third post Judith Townend, Director of the Centre for Law and… Continue reading Communicating Law and Information Policy (Public Engagement Case Study – Judith Townend)
By Professor Conor Gearty, FBA In this special guest blog for Being Human, Conor Gearty, professor of Law at the London School of Economics and Fellow of the British Academy, looks back on inspirations drawn from a career studying law. Touching on some of the law events organised for Being Human, he argues that, ‘Law… Continue reading Why I studied law
It is hard to define what a typical day in the life of magazine, newspaper or journal editor is like. Here, after a year with the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies Student Law Review, Ronan Cormacain gives his views. My name is Ronan Cormacain and I am the Editor in Chief of the Institute of Advanced… Continue reading A Day in the Life of a Journal Editor – A Postgraduate Perspective
Earlier this year Dr. Lawrence A. Joseph, constitutional law expert and now President of Grenada’s Senate, joined the School of Advanced Study as ST Lee Visiting Fellow. In this guest post Dr. Joseph tells us more about himself and his time with us.
The LLM is a course in International Corporate Governance, Financial Regulation and Economic Law, which offers a unique opportunity for academic and professional legal training for candidates who are already working in the financial markets or wishing to pursue a career in this sector. In this guest post Dr Mahmood Bagheri tells us more about how the LLM fits into… Continue reading Why is training so important for professionals working in the legislative environment?