Law students take part in Jade Student Learning Undergraduate Conference

Jade Student Learning

Undergraduate Conference 2019

On Thursday 30 May 2019, JADE Student Learning Undergraduate Conference (JSLUG) took place at Keele Hall Ballroom.

JSLUG is an undergraduate research conference for Keele undergraduate students, giving students the opportunity to research and deliver their own undergraduate conference presentation. 

 

This year, the following School of Law students took part:

Madi Cartlidge

Madi presented 'An examination of the impact of prenuptial agreements within the English Legal system since 2010'.

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Charlotte Hill 

Charlotte was one of three winners of the KIITE Award for Best Oral Presentation with “My voice should still be heard”: Changing the approach to the consent of mental health patients - paper presentation.

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Luke W Griffiths

Luke presented a poster 'Moving towards a General Duty: An analysis of the Duty to give reasons in UK administrative law', which won the JSLUG Conference Academic Poster Award.

All presenters will get their abstracts, posters and photographs published in Keele’s JADE journal.