Forthcoming events at the Bangor Centre for International Law
The Bangor Centre of International is the Law School’s hub for the research, teaching and dissemination of International Law, with a focus on Rule of Law. The Centre’s Director, Professor Suzannah Linton; its two Deputy Directors, Mark Hyland and Yvonne McDermott; and the International Law team are very pleased to welcome new students to Bangor Law School, and to provide advance notice of some of our forthcoming events:
- We are currently running a competition to select 6 Law School students to attend a six month long Equal Opportunities Training, with the Equal Opportunities Commission. The deadline is Friday 28 September 2012, and we are still welcoming student applications! (Please note that this competition is not open to first year students).
- On 2 November 2012, we are co-hosting, with the Welsh Centre for International Affairs, a special event on Human Trafficking in Wales. It will be at the Main Arts Lecture Theatre, from 6-9 pm. Further details will be posted on the website shortly.
- On 20 November 2012, Dr. Michelle Farrell of the Law School at Liverpool University, will speak about her new book: 'The Prohibition of Torture in Exceptional Circumstances'. Further details will be posted on the website shortly.
- On 20 March 2012, Bangor University Honorary Fellow, Professor Malcolm Evans OBE, and Professor William A. Schabas OC MRIA, will be participating in a high-level discussion on International Rule of Law, to be held in the Main Arts Lecture Theatre from 2-4 pm. Further details will be posted on the website shortly.
Arrangements are being finalized for several other events, with the British Institute for Human Rights, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, and with other guest speakers addressing a wide range of issues such as international intellectual property law, and Tort liability and human rights.
For further details, please contact:
Professor Suzannah Linton, Director of the Bangor Centre for International Law
Tel: 01248 383 777; Email: email@example.com
Publication date: 25 September 2012