“Comparative and international aspects of criminal and terrorism financing”, Tilburg, 26-7 Oct

“Comparative and international aspects of criminal and terrorism financing”
The third symposium in the ‘Dirty Assets’ series of events will be hosted at the University of Tilburg on October 26 & 27 2015. The two-day event is organised as a collaboration between the Universities of Sussex, Leeds, Notre Dame, and Tilburg.
Details: http://www.sussex.ac.uk/law/newsandevents/dirtyassets 

Lecture: “Vulnerability and Resilience: An Emerging Paradigm” Prof Martha Fineman @bhamlaw 14 Sept

Birmingham University – Public Lecture

Vulnerability and Resilience: An Emerging Paradigm
Date: Monday 14th September 2015, 16.00 – 17.00 hrs
Speaker: Martha Fineman who is the Robert W. Woodruff Professor of Law at Emory University .
Full details and registration: http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/events/events/vulnerability-resilience.aspx 

“International Law in Domestic Courts: A Global Perspective” @BIICL, 24 Sept

Public international law seminar.
“International Law in Domestic Courts: A Global Perspective”.

Date: Thursday 24 September 2015, 17:30-19:30
Venue: British Institute of International and Comparative Law, Charles Clore House, 17 Russell Square, London WC1B 5JP.
Details and booking: http://www.biicl.org/event/1121

“Understanding Judging: Roles, Skills and Challenges”, 7-8 Nov

“Understanding Judging: Roles, Skills and Challenges” is intended for practitioners and legal academics who currently do not hold a judicial post, but who may be interested in taking on a salaried judicial appointment in the courts and tribunals in the future.  The course was launched in November 2011.  The most recent course took place in June 2014 and next course is running 7-8 November 2015.    The course has also featured in the Guardian
http://www.guardian.co.uk/law/butterworth-and-bowcott-on-law/2011/aug/19/weekend-course-lawyers-decide-judge

Registration is now open for the November 2015 course at
http://understanding-judging-2015.eventbrite.co.uk

A brochure outlining the details of the course can also be downloaded from this site.

Jobs: Ls/SLs in Law, Buckinghamshire New University

Buckinghamshire New University Law Department

Job Opportunities

Two Lecturers/ Senior Lecturers in Law
Salary Range: £31,350 – £45,969
Deadline for applications: 13/09/3

Full details at   https://atsv7.wcn.co.uk/search_engine/jobs.cgi?owner=5063837&ownertype=fair&jcode=1487165&vt_template=1474&adminview=1

We are seeking to fill two posts, the first with a focus on European Law and the second to teach across a range of LLB Foundation subjects and options, and contribute towards the LLM programmes. The successful candidates may also be able to offer teaching on LLB and LLM option module subjects including; Company Law, Commercial Law, International Trade, Professional Legal Skills and other programmes within the Department and across the University.

Workshop: ‘Valuing Knowledge, Creativity and Innovation: Relating Corporate Social Responsibility to Copyright Law’, Plymouth, 28 Aug

Plymouth University Law School

Date and Time: 28 August 2015, 10.00 – 17.00
Event: One-day workshop and roundtable event

‘Valuing Knowledge, Creativity and Innovation: Relating Corporate Social Responsibility to Copyright Law’

The workshop is free to attend, although registration in advance is necessary. To register, email csrandcopyright@plymouth.ac.uk

Event link: https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/whats-on/valuing-knowledge-creativity-and-innovation-relating-corporate-social-responsibility-to-copyright-law-workshop

“Europe’s Shared Burden: Collective Responsibility for Migrants at Sea” @UCDLawSchool 9-10 Oct

Kindly supported by the SLS Small Projects and Events Fund.

IELF 2015 – Europe’s Shared Burden: Collective Responsibility for Migrants at Sea

The 2015 Irish European Law Forum (IELF) addresses the extremely timely and important theme of collective responsibility in the context of the current irregular migration crisis in the Mediterranean region. The Forum will bring together a range of scholars from across different disciplines, as well as relevant policy professionals and practitioners, in order to address important conceptual and practical questions in order to address European states’ willingness toshare in the burden of addressing the challenge of irregular maritime migration.

Dates: Friday 9th October and Saturday 10th October 2015

Rates:
Full Conference €100
Early Bird €75 (until 5 Sep)
UCD Alumni €75
Student €40

For more details: outline programme and registration: http://www.ucd.ie/law/eventsseminars/title,247104,en.html#sthash.Zz97BG3L.dpuf

“The role of judges in developing the content of tax law”, Cambridge, 13 April 2016

Cambridge University – Centre for Tax Law
Tax Policy Conference 2016

Proposals are invited for papers to be presented at the inaugural Tax Policy Conference.

Date: Wednesday 13 April 2016.

Topic:  “The role of judges in developing the content of tax law” and potential areas of interest include (but are not restricted to) the following:

·      Judicial control of statutory interpretation
·      Status of judge-made principles
·      Tax exceptionalism (i.e. ‘is tax different?’)
·      The influence of specialist tribunals
·      The interaction of judges and politics

The CTL is a small centre with a particular focus on legal, philosophical and historical aspects of taxation, but we welcome abstracts from any academic field.  In particular, we would be glad to hear from lawyers in non-tax fields, non-lawyers, early career researchers and interested practitioners.

Abstracts of up to 500 words should be sent to Dominic de Cogan at dad34@cam.ac.uk by 15 October 2015.  The conference will be held in Christ’s College and a small fee may be applied to cover the costs of catering. As the venue is limited to 40 people, it would also be very helpful to receive expressions of interest from those who may wish to attend without presenting a paper.