Postgraduate Research Events

There are many events run by and for students at the School of Law; including the annual PGR Colloquium, which encourages the sharing of ideas and thoughts through the presentation of each student’s research in a conference format; and the University-led 3 Minute Thesis event which feeds into the national 3MT competition.

As well as events that focus on academia, there are numerous dates throughout the year dedicated to the "student voice" - ensuring our PGR students play an active role in life at the School of Law, and there are also various social and collaborative events, building on the community feel at the School of Law.

3 Minute Thesis - Cherry Chen

3 Minute Thesis - Joe Janes

Social Events

Throughout the year our postgraduate students keep a busy calendar of collaborative and social events, which include:

  • Weekly PGR writing group
  • Regular 'Meet & Greet' events, encouraging collaboration
  • The Vulnerability Roundtable, where PGRs are encouraged to present their research
  • A Public Law Discussion Group
  • The Cyber Research Seminar Discussion Group
  • A reading group linked to the Observatory on Children's Human Rights
  • Various social events, which are in part funded by the School's PGR Social Fund

 

student talking at the abbey on singleton park campus