Author Archives: UCL.phd.LAWS

Montesquieu

Comparative Law Reading Group

One of the ideas discussed during the Cumberland Lodge Retreat was the creation of an informal reading group on comparative law.  Members will be meeting periodically and discuss on agreed pieces of legal literature. This will be of particular relevance

Montesquieu

Comparative Law Reading Group

One of the ideas discussed during the Cumberland Lodge Retreat was the creation of an informal reading group on comparative law.  Members will be meeting periodically and discuss on agreed pieces of legal literature. This will be of particular relevance

bentham_house

The Philosophical Foundations of Property Law

UCL Faculty of Laws is pleased to announce The Society of Legal Scholars 2012 Annual Seminar organised by Professor James Penner (UCL) & Professor Henry Smith (Harvard) The Philosophical Foundations of Property Law Friday 11 & 12 May 2012 at

bentham_house

The Philosophical Foundations of Property Law

UCL Faculty of Laws is pleased to announce The Society of Legal Scholars 2012 Annual Seminar organised by Professor James Penner (UCL) & Professor Henry Smith (Harvard) The Philosophical Foundations of Property Law Friday 11 & 12 May 2012 at

Cumberland Lodge

Cumberland Lodge Retreat 26-27 April 2012

This year the Cumberland Lodge Study Retreat was held on Thursday 26 and Friday 27 April. The retreat is an essential part of the Research Methods Programme and was open to first-year PhD students. We will soon have news and

Cumberland Lodge

Cumberland Lodge Retreat 26-27 April 2012

This year the Cumberland Lodge Study Retreat was held on Thursday 26 and Friday 27 April. The retreat is an essential part of the Research Methods Programme and was open to first-year PhD students. We will soon have news and

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/ Viva

Congratulations to Dr. Grietje Baars

Hello learned friends! I too had my viva last week and passed with no corrections. As I had submitted my thesis on a disaster-ridden Friday the 13th, having the viva on 15 March (“Beware the Ides of March!”) seemed ominous

Photo on 22-03-2012 at 15.26 #4
/ Viva

Congratulations to Dr. Grietje Baars

Hello learned friends! I too had my viva last week and passed with no corrections. As I had submitted my thesis on a disaster-ridden Friday the 13th, having the viva on 15 March (“Beware the Ides of March!”) seemed ominous

ac

UCL Opera 2012: many congratulations to Florence!

Florence Thepot played the chelo for this year’s UCL Opera, Acante et Cephise, a brilliant French opera about love. A bunch of us had the privilege to enjoy the play. Felicitations!

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UCL Opera 2012: many congratulations to Florence!

Florence Thepot played the chelo for this year’s UCL Opera, Acante et Cephise, a brilliant French opera about love. A bunch of us had the privilege to enjoy the play. Felicitations!

Arman
/ Viva

Congratulations to Dr. Arman Sarvarian!

Hello All, I have been asked to write a few lines about my Ph.D. viva experience. I defended my thesis, entitled ‘Professional Ethics at the International Bar’, last week before Professor Nico Schrijver (Leiden) and Dr Alex Mills (UCL). I

Arman
/ Viva

Congratulations to Dr. Arman Sarvarian!

Hello All, I have been asked to write a few lines about my Ph.D. viva experience. I defended my thesis, entitled ‘Professional Ethics at the International Bar’, last week before Professor Nico Schrijver (Leiden) and Dr Alex Mills (UCL). I

globalH

Child Maltreatment: A six-country comparison of trends and policy

Professor Ruth Gilbert (UCL Institute of Child Health) will present results of a study of child maltreatment trends and policies across six countries/states: England, USA, Sweden, New Zealand, Western Australia (Australia) and Manitoba (Canada). The study found that, after the

globalH

Child Maltreatment: A six-country comparison of trends and policy

Professor Ruth Gilbert (UCL Institute of Child Health) will present results of a study of child maltreatment trends and policies across six countries/states: England, USA, Sweden, New Zealand, Western Australia (Australia) and Manitoba (Canada). The study found that, after the

UCLphdLAWS

Our new blog!

Happy new year to everybody! This is our brand new newsletter webpage. It is open to everyone to post material. Please spend some time to write about yourselves, your research and to upload photos. All the best, Andreas

UCLphdLAWS

Our new blog!

Happy new year to everybody! This is our brand new newsletter webpage. It is open to everyone to post material. Please spend some time to write about yourselves, your research and to upload photos. All the best, Andreas