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Mills & Reeve Client Care Challenge

Five teams of UEA Law students took part on Wednesday 25th February in the final stage of this year's Mills and Reeve competition. The focus was on a series of meetings with a business client - looking at developing the solicitor-client relationship from the earliest stages. Contestants received training at Mills and Reeve's Norwich office and have been mentored by the firm's trainee solicitors.  Five members of Mills & Reeve attended the final and played the roles of various...

Inaugural Lecture - Prof David Mead

On Tuesday 3 rd March at 6:30 in the Julian Study Centre at UEA, David Mead Professor of UK Human Rights Law in the Law School will be giving his inaugural lecture. There will be a drinks reception afterwards. It is an open event. "Turning the world upside down and televising the tarpaulin revolution: what might ‘Protest Studies’ look like?” For lawyers, the centrality of law in our understanding social phenomena is a given yet it can only ever offer us partial...

British Association of Comparative Law Postgraduate Research Workshop – Call for papers

British Association of Comparative Law Postgraduate Research Workshop – Call for papers   This year’s BACL Postgraduate Research Workshop will take place on 28th – 29th April 2015 at the Law School, University of East Anglia. The BACL Postgraduate Workshop on Comparative Law is designed for doctoral students working on dissertations in the field of comparative legal studies and related subjects. In a round-table setting, the 2-day workshop will address both the...

Additional Scholarships & Bursaries for PG Taught Courses

Postgraduate Funding in Social Sciences   Funding awards are available to students studying Postgraduate degrees in the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of East Anglia for entry in September 2015. These can cover part or full tuition fees (UK/EU/International rates) and help support living costs and travel expenses.   Subject areas include accounting, business and management; economics; education and lifelong learning; teacher training;...

The Guardian features UEA Law Student’s Norwich experience

Fourth year Law student, Henika Patel, features in the Guardian as part of the ‘Students change the world’ series sponsored by UEA. As one of the students starring in the ‘ Student Life in Norwich’ Youtube video, and also working as Cultural Editor for The Tab Norwich, Henika was approached to write this article based on both her writing experience and strong connection to the city. In Henika’s article she explores the rich cultural lifestyle that Norwich offers, going beyond the...