Research seminars

Every Wednesday during term, the Birmingham Law School faculty and graduate students meet for an informal seminar, reflecting on issues relating to our research, teaching innovation and excellence.

These internal seminars complement the research seminars and activities that are carried out throughout the year, from guest lectures to major conferences and smaller research seminars, and at which external speakers are invited to join, provoke curiosity and reflection, and engage with the academics and graduate students at BLS. Wednesday afternoon seminars are held in the Senior Common Room in the Law School from 1-2.

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Citizenship and Punishment

Citizenship and Punishment

Date
26/04/2017 (13:00-14:00)
Description
BLS Staff Research Seminar
Burying an agenda in Brussels: Law, information, and the fate of fiscal governance

Burying an agenda in Brussels: Law, information, and the fate of fiscal governance

Date
03/05/2017 (12:00-13:00)
Description
IAS seminar. Professor Scott Greer is Associate Professor of Health Management and Policy at the University of Michigan School of Public Health and Senior Expert Advisor on Health Governance for the European Observatory on Health Systems and a University of Birmingham Institute of Advanced Studies Distinguished Visiting Fellow. He is notable in that he is one of the few US Scholars who has undertaken extensive research on EU health policy.
Individualisation, identity and  agency among law students

Individualisation, identity and agency among law students

Date
03/05/2017 (13:00-14:00)
Description
BLS Staff Research Seminar
3 Minute Thesis

3 Minute Thesis

Date
10/05/2017 (13:00-14:00)
Description
BLS Staff Research Seminar
Conceptualising Security

Conceptualising Security

Date
24/05/2017 (13:00-14:00)
Description
BLS Staff Research Seminar
Reflection & Critique: Assessing Aspects of an Advocacy Module

Reflection & Critique: Assessing Aspects of an Advocacy Module

Date
31/05/2017 (13:00-14:00)
Description
BLS Staff Research Seminar
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