“Sentencing: Academic and Practitioner Perspectives” City Law School, 11 July

The City Law School in conjunction with the Sentencing Council

Centre for the Study of Legal Professional Practice, City University London and the Sentencing Council of England and Wales present
 
Sentencing: Academic and Practitioner Perspectives
 
Friday, 11thJuly 2014
9.30am- 5.15pm 
 
at The City Law School
4 Gray’s Inn Place, London, WC1R 5DX
 
Register your place at cls-gip-events@city.ac.uk

Law PGR Conference: “Celebrating Diversity, Sharing Insights”, Bristol, 16 Sept

The PGR community at University of Bristol Law School are organising a conference on research methods and methodologies on 16th September, 2014. 

2014 Legal Research Methods and Methodologies Conference   “Celebrating Diversity, Sharing Insights”

More details and information about the conference is available here:

http://rm2014bristol.weebly.com/

IISTL’s 10th International Colloquium on Shipbuilding, Ship Sale/ Ship Finance, Swansea, 3-4 Sept

IISTL’s 10th International Colloquium on Shipbuilding, Ship Sale/ Ship Finance

University of Swansea
3-4 September 2014
For further information , programme and registration go to:
http://www.swansea.ac.uk/law/news/iistls10thinternationalcolloquiumonshipbuildingshipsaleandshipfinance3-4sept2014.php

Job: Research Associate in Gender & Crime, Durham Law School, Durham University

Research Associate in Gender & Crime, Durham Law School, Durham University
Applications are invited for the position of Research Associate to work with Professor Clare McGlynn in undertaking research, publishing and disseminating research findings and preparing grant applications in the broad field of gender, law and crime. Based in Durham Law School, you will be part of an exciting inter-disciplinary network of scholars engaged in gender-related research within Durham University. You will actively participate in the activities of relevant research groups, including Gender and Law at Durham(GLAD), the Centre for Sex, Gender and Sexualities and the Centre for Research into Violence and Abuse(CRiVA).
 
For further information, see http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AJB250/research-associate-in-gender-and-crime/ or contact Clare McGlynn on clare.McGlynn@durham.ac.uk

Access to Justice Scholarship, LLM Clinical Legal Education, University of Ulster

Access to Justice Scholarship, LLM Clinical Legal Education, University of Ulster
 
 The Northern Ireland Department of Justice has provided a full-fees Access to Justice scholarship for the LLM Clinical Legal Education at the University of Ulster

http://gallery.mailchimp.com/47624183ad52dd8428c97d3f6/files/70554a74-31a7-4c96-80f4-a93f5082b882.pdf

Job: Dean of the Faculty of Law in the University of Oxford @OxfordLawFac @UniofOxford

Dean of the Faculty of Law in the University of Oxford

The deadline for application is noon GMT on Monday 22nd September 2014.  For more details about the post and details on how to apply, please see    http://www.law.ox.ac.uk/vacancies.php .  Interviews for all shortlisted candidates will be held in Oxford on Friday 17th October 2014.

Job: Deputy Provost/Dean of Law (Lancaster University Ghana)

Deputy Provost/Dean of Law (LU Ghana) – Lancaster University but based in Accra.
Closing Date: Thursday 31 July 2014; Reference: A1031

Lancaster University established a branch campus in Accra, Ghana, and is the first British university to establish a significant presence in sub-Saharan Africa. We will deliver our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in Accra commencing in October 2014, and to facilitate this have hired academic staff to work at the campus. We wish to appoint a Deputy Provost on a Lancaster contract, who will live and work in Ghana.  Depending on the academic specialism of the successful applicant, you will also act as Dean of Law at the Ghana campus, working with the Head of the Law School at Lancaster, to develop the Law programmes and faculty. The initial period for the appointment is 3-5 years.

For further details, please visit: https://hr-jobs.lancs.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?ref=A1031

Call for Papers: Sea Lines of Communication Colloquium, Deadline 1 July

Southampton University Marine and Maritime Postgraduate Group (SMMPG) invites abstracts for the Sea Lines of Communication Colloquium until the extended deadline of July 1. Abstracts accepted will  fall under the four umbrella themes (Society and Government; Climate and Environment; Energy and Resources; Trade and Transport) from all faculties. These themes are open to interpretation. The colloquium will be held at University of Southampton on September 18.

We would also like to inform you that submitted papers will be included in a peer-reviewed journal. Full papers are due on August 1.

Registration for this day will open on the 11th of September. If you would like to be put on the email reminder list, then please send us an email to that extent.

The call for papers can be found here. Please direct any questions to smmpg@soton.ac.uk.