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Birmingham LLM student blogs for the Lawyer2B website

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"Fusion By The Back Door?" Postgraduate student and UKELA Moot champion Richard Murtagh writes that advocacy should not be subsumed into the broad range of tasks that are required of solicitors.
Date:
18/02/2014

Pro Bono Award Nominations for CEPLER

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Birmingham Law School is delighted to announce two CEPLER nominations in the 2014 Birmingham Law Society Awards category of Pro Bono Lawyer of the Year: Linden Thomas, our own CEPLER In-House Solicitor; and alumna Hayley Simonds, Trainee Solicitor at Mills & Reeve LLP.
Date:
10/02/2014

Halesowen Students selected for our Routes to the Legal Profession scheme

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Item from Halewsowen News: Two year 12 pupils at Windsor High School, have been selected to be part of Birmingham University's 18-month long Routes to the Legal Profession scheme.
Date:
17/01/2014

David Lock QC delivers inaugural 'Perspectives on Public Law' lecture

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David Lock QC from No.5 Chambers delivered the inaugural lecture in a new series called Perspectives on Public Law, jointly hosted by Birmingham Law School's Public Law and Human Rights research cluster and CEPLER - our Centre for Professional Legal Education and Research
Date:
12/11/2013

Birmingham Mail features our event with Death Row Survivor Ray Krone

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"My ten-year ordeal on death row for a crime I didn't commit" - story based on talk by Ray Krone which took place at the University of Birmingham on October 10.
Date:
16/10/2013
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Workshop: Re-imagining the Teaching of Criminal Law

Date
17/09/2014
Location:
Birmingham Law School, Moot Room
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This one-day workshop brings together academics and practitioners to discuss and reflect upon the teaching of criminal law as part of legal education. It will engage with a number of different approaches, rationales and agendas in order to challenge the boundaries of the subject.
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