Fifth International Graduate Legal Research Conference 2011, King’s College London
Last Call for Delegates
The Committee of the International Graduate Legal Research Conference 2011 wish to inform that a limited number of delegate places is still available at this year’s Conference.
The IGLRC, held annually at King’s College London, is one of the largest and most successful research student-led conferences in the world. It provides an unparalleled opportunity for legal research students to debate contemporary legal issues with their peers and academics from across the globe. Subject sessions reflect a diverse range of interests – domestic and international law, public and private law, theoretical and empirical research. The Conference will open with a Plenary Session lecture to be given by Lord Raymond Plant entitled Freedom, Coercion, Necessary Goods and the Rule of Law.
The IGLRC will take place on Thursday 7th and Friday 8th April 2011. Places are limited so students and researchers are urged to register as soon as possible in order to avoid disappointment.
To register, visit www.iglrc.com and click ‘Registrations’. A fee of £20 will be payable by delegates on arrival. This registration fee covers participation and refreshments for both days at the Conference. Registration sessions will be held at the beginning of both days.
Full details of the schedule and subject sessions may be found at www.iglrc.com
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