The Law School research seminar series provides an opportunity for members of staff from the Law School and elsewhere in the University to share ideas at different stages of development. Both staff and PhD students have presented papers to the series ranging from media and internet law to restitution and criminal law. It is an important part of our research environment. We also have external speakers from other Universities. Members of faculty also present in the Centre for Competition Policy research seminar series.
We are pleased to announce the Autumn Semester Programme for the 2017/18 Law School Research Seminar Series.
All talks are scheduled on Wednesday's from 1-2pm in Earlham Hall.
*This talk is scheduled from 2-3pm
|Dr David Gibbs (Law School, UEA)||An empirical analysis of the statutory derivative claims: An agency theory framework|
|Dr Michael Hamilton (Law School, UEA)||Protest Monitoring and Standpoint Validity|
|Dr Nada Ali (Law School, UEA)||Through a Glass Darkly: The ICC, the UNSC and the Quest for Justice in International Law|
|Prof Andrea Bianchi (The Graduate Institute, Geneva)||Engaging with Theory - Why Bother?|
|Dr Nick Scharf (Law School, UEA)||Digital Rights Management: The Dark Side of Copyright, Ownership and Networks|
|Dr Sebastian Peyer (Law School, UEA)||Floodgates' arguments and their use in the English courts|
|Keren Wu (Law School, UEA)||The Interpretation of Aggregation Clauses in Reinsurance|