SOAS University of London

School of Law

Events

The School of Law and its associated Centres host a diverse range of events, including workshops, lectures, seminars and reading groups. We welcome all those with an interest in law, so to find out more about a specific event, please click on the event link below.

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2018

January

17/01/18
18/01/18
25/01/18

February

01/02/18
06/02/18
08/02/18
21/02/18
22/02/18
27/02/18

March

01/03/18
01/03/18
09/03/18
21/03/18
22/03/18

April

11/04/18
  • Introduction to Elite Influence
  • Emma Dutton MBE | Co-Founder and Managing Director , Applied Influence Group (AIG)
  • Emma will cover effective elicitation and listening skills, and emotional management techniques.

24/04/18
  • Human Rights in Egypt and Tunisia after the Arab Spring
  • Maha Azzam (Egyptian Revolutionary Council), Nicola Pratt (University of Warwick), Melek Saral (SOAS)
  • The panel will address issues of human rights in two major “Arab Spring” countries namely Egypt and Tunisia. The speakers of the panel will highlight the current political and civil rights situation in these countries, and give an insight into future perspectives.

May

02/05/18
02/05/18

June

July

09/07/18
  • 2018 Taiwan Studies Summer School
  • Niki Alsford, Chang Bi-yu, Chen Nai-chia, Dafydd Fell, Adam Lifshey, Lin Fei-fan, Awi Mona (Tsai Chih-Wei), Darryl Sterk, Sun Chia-sui, Wang Lih-rong, Wei Chun-ying, Wei Yang, Wu Tien-tai
23/07/18

September

19/09/18
  • Queering International Law
  • Dianne Otto, Vanja Hamzic & Rahul Rao
  • A book launch organised by the Centre for Gender Studies and the Centre for the Study of Colonialism, Empire and International Law.

21/09/18

October

25/10/18

November

06/11/18
29/11/18

December

06/12/18
07/12/18
  • A Revolution Betrayed: Daniel Ortega's 'Shoot to Kill' Policy
  • Felix Maradiaga, Bianca Jagger, Andrea Cornwall, Professor Carol Tan
  • The event ‘Daniel Ortega’s ‘Shoot to Kill’ Policy: A Revolution Betrayed’ will look at recent anti-government protests in Nicaragua and subsequent human rights abuses and torture by the government. 

13/12/18