Upcoming events

12
Oct 2019
Open Day Saturday 12 October 2019

Keele Open Days are a great way for prospective undergraduate students to discover our beautiful campus.

Keele University 9:00AM
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13
Oct 2019
Open Day Sunday 13 October 2019

Keele Open Days are a great way for prospective undergraduate students to discover our beautiful campus.

Keele University 9:00AM
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23
Nov 2019
Open Day Saturday 23 November 2019

Keele Open Days are a great way for prospective undergraduate students to discover our beautiful campus.

Keele University 9:00AM
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Past events

16
Sep 2019
Women in the Law: Reflections 16 September 2019

Women in the Law: Reflections Mon 16 September 2019

Keele Hall 5:00PM
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18
Aug 2019
Open Day Sunday 18 August 2019

Keele Open Days are a great way for prospective undergraduate students to discover our beautiful campus.

Keele University 9:00AM
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19
Jul 2019
Law Graduation 19 July 2019

Law Graduation 19 July 2019

University Chapel 9:30AM
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15
Jun 2019
Open Day Saturday 15 June 2019

Keele Open Days are a great way for prospective undergraduate students to discover our beautiful campus.

Keele University 9:00AM
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11
Jun 2019
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Funded by KISI, RIP, and the School of Law

Walter Moberly 0.01 9:30AM
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24
May 2019
Creative research methods

Humble Lessons from a life on the road... Talk by Fredi Gruber

Chancellors, CBA 0.060 5:00PM
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11
Apr 2019
Modern Studies in Property Law

Over the course of the day, a series of mini-workshops will allow for a variety of speakers to present their work in progress within a supportive and informal environment.

Keele Hall 9:00AM
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4
Apr 2019
National Mooting Competition 4th April 2019

ESU-Essex Court Chambers National Mooting Competition

Chancellor’s Building, Moot room (CBC2.028) 4:30PM
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4
Apr 2019
Creative research methods

Research methods go pop: exploring graphic arts for research Dr Kate Carruthers Thomas and Ms Molly Drummond

Claus Moser, CM0.12 10:00AM
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27
Mar 2019
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Dr Taylor now has over 26 years experience in palliative care, and has lectured widely, nationally and internationally. She believes clinical leadership is vital, keeping core values of care in focus from the bedside to the Board.

Chancellor’s Building, CBA0.060 4:00PM
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21
Mar 2019
‘Claims of conscience and conscientious responsibilities’

This seminar explores ‘Claims of conscience and conscientious responsibilities’

Chancellor’s Building, CBC2.028, 4:00PM
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15
Mar 2019
use of digital evidence

This seminar explores ‘The development of standardisation and case management in the use of digital evidence, the improvements in handling ethical issues involved and the development’

Chancellor’s Building, CBC2.028, 4:00PM
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4
Mar 2019
International Women’s Day Guest-Speaker: Dr Nikki Godden-Rasul

This paper explores law school portraits of women in law as a means by which to challenge the over-representation of men in law

Chancellor’s Building, Moot room (CBC2.028) 12:00PM
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28
Feb 2019
School of Law hosts the second round of the Essex Court Chambers National Mooting Competition

On 28th February 2019, Keele School of Law host the second round of the Essex Court Chambers National Mooting Competition

Keele University, Chancellor's Building Moot Court Room CBC2.028 3:00PM
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27
Feb 2019
Keele Law Fair

The Student Law Society, School of Law and Careers and Employability are jointly running a law fair exclusively for Keele students.

Keele Hall 12:30PM
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15
Feb 2019
School of Law hosts the Regional Heat of the National Client Interviewing Competition

Keele School of Law participates in this event on an annual basis. Competitors from 14 Law Schools across the Northern and Midlands region compete across the day.

Keele University, Chancellor's Building, School of Law 3:00PM
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24
Jan 2019
Ethical dilemmas facing hospice leadership teams

This seminar explores ‘Ethical dilemmas facing hospice leadership teams in the era of financial constraint and ageing population’

Chancellor’s Building, CBC2.028, 4:00PM
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11
Jan 2019
Exploring ethics in palliative care

School of Law in collaboration with School of Nursing and Midwifery

St Giles Hospice Care, Lichfield 12:30PM
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9
Jan 2019
Digital justice: ethical, policy and practice issues

One-day event organised by the School of Law at Keele University in collaboration with Transform Justice explores the opportunities and challenges that surround the modernisation of criminal justice through the use of a number of diverse new and emerging technologies.

Moot Court CBC 2.028, Chancellor's Building 10:45AM
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4
May 2018
What do I need to know and do to comply with the GDPR?

A 1-day advanced CPD programme for improving knowledge and compliance with the GDPR, based on best-practice guidelines and academic evidence.

Moot Court CBC 2.028, Chancellor's Building 10:30AM
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3
May 2018
Michael Mansfield QC: 50 years on I'm glad I studied Philosophy

The 5th lecture in the Law School's 50th Anniversary Public Lecture Series is presented by Michael Mansfield QC.

Keele Hall, Salvin Room 6:30PM
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23
Mar 2018
Professor Emily Jackson: Legalising assisted dying: cross purposes and unintended consequences

The Law School is hosting the 4th Royal Institute of Philosophy event and welcoming Professor Emily Jackson, Professor of Law and Head of School at LSE as the speaker

Moot Court CBC 2.028, Chancellor's Building 2:00PM
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27
Feb 2018
The inside track on what law firms and clients now look for in trainee and junior lawyers

Craig Sharpe has had a career spanning 25 years working in law, partly as a lawyer and now a marketing specialist at Darlingtons Solicitors, gives an insight into the radical changes in legal practice and the challenges and pressures law firms face.

Westminster Theatre, Chancellor's Building 2:00PM
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16
Feb 2018
Safeguarding Adults and Legal Literacy seminar series 3 investigating the impact of the Care Act 201

Seminar 7 considers ‘Safeguarding Adults Boards & Reviews’

Room P102, Postgraduate Centre, The University of Bedfordshire, Luton Campus 9:00AM
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6
Feb 2018
Professor Gurch Randhawa workshop: Inequalities in organ donation - is this a case for opt out?

Although the workshop is part of our CCLP Masters’ Children and Medicine module it is open to anyone with an interest: undergraduates, postgraduates, staff and the public.

Moot Court CBC 2.028, Chancellor's Building 2:00PM
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