CLOCK's 10th Anniversary
CLOCK as a Transformative Methodology for Access to Justice
CLOCK's 10th Anniversary event on 17 June 2023
To mark the occasion, CLOCK is hosting an event at Keele Hall, which will gather together alumni, students, colleagues, and friends of CLOCK.
Michael Mansfield KC delivered an online ILAS Grand Challenges Lecture as part of the occasion.
2-4 pm | School of Law (Moot Room) | Welcome and Research Reflections
2pm-4pm ‘Transforming the Public and Private sphere’ led by Dr Jane Krishnadas with Dr Mavis Maclean CBE Oxford University, Dr Marica Moscati Sussex University and Dr Annika Newnham Reading University and CLOCK University leads; Oxford Brookes, York St John's and Liverpool John Moores. (Free to attend, please email to reserve your place).
6.30 pm - late | Keele Hall
6.30pm Welcome; CLOCK as Transformative Research:
Welcome by Professor Mariangela Palladino (Professor of Postcolonial & Cultural Studies), Dean of Research, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
7.00 pm Introductions | CLOCK Transforming Lives; CLOCK Local and National Partners:
Introductions to CLOCK Local and National Partners;
Sian McGuiness 'Voices of Experience', Anna Brunt Nominated Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year (Lewis Rodgers), Jude Hawes (Staffordshire North Stoke on Trent, Citizens Advice Bureau), Louize Cooke (HMCTS), with ASK, New Era, Savana, Staffordshire Association of Black Lives Equality, YMCA, Sanctus, Asha, Staffordshire Mediation, CAFCASS, Staffordshire Police, with Chris Smith (St John's York) Gayle McKemey (Oxford Brookes), Mary Mullin (Liverpool John Moores), Rachana Dhaka and Sugandha Singh (TISS, Access to Justice/CLOCK India).
7.30pm (Hot Buffet Opens) Grace: Keele Chaplains; Rukia Bi, and Stephanie Couvela.
8.00 pm Guest Speakers | CLOCK Transforming Access to Justice:
Introductions to Guest Speakers, Professor Alison Brammer, School of Law;
I. Stephanie Boyce, First Person of Colour President of the Law Society, Her Honour Judge Harris (Stoke-on-Trent Court), Dr Mavis Maclean (Department of Social Policy, Oxford University- Online) Little 'Maria' and Hannah; Voices of Experience.
8:30 pm Desserts and Table Led Conversations
CLOCK Transforming Legal Pathways: Introduced by Rebekah Doodstar-Smith, and Zuli Rehman;
CLOCK Pioneers: Shervin Nahid (Senior Associate DWF Law Firm), Rachel Mellers (Legal Council), Tiffany Radcliffe (Teacher), and
CLOCK Advocates: Khansa Taha (Family Law Solicitor, Watson Ramsbottom Solicitors), Alex Hunt (Family Solicitor, Grayfords), Paul Olubayo (Race Equality Officer, Liverpool City Council), Jazmine Wilde (Barrister, Regent Chambers).
Thanks and Tribute to teacher and poet Eunice Mary Aubrey; by Dr Jane Krishnadas and Chantal Refahi.
9 pm ‘Rock Around the CLOCK'
Salsa Dancing led by Advocate Jazmine Wilde, with Alex, Kiran and Andre - with disco till midnight!
''The President of the Family Court Sir Andrew McFarlane has assured CLOCK of his continued support and offers his congratulations on CLOCK achieving their 10th anniversary''.
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- Keele Hall
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- +44 1782 7 33218