2020 Edinburgh Postgraduate Law Conference

2020 Edinburgh Postgraduate Law Conference

3rd and 4th February 2020, University of Edinburgh 

About the event
Unprecedented technological developments and the prospect of the current legal order heading towards uncertainty call for original and insightful analysis. This year’s Edinburgh Postgraduate Law Conference (EPLC) aims to provide such analysis and look into how the law influences and response to these challenges. The theme of the 2020 EPLC is ‘Law and the New World Order’. This broad theme encompasses the whole range of issues that the modern legal order faces in the context of increasing political uncertainty.

The Keynote Speaker this year is Professor Andrew Lang, Chair in International Law and Global Governance, Director of Taught Postgraduate Studies, University of Edinburgh.

The conference will be structured in different panels for presentation and discussion with conference participants. Who will include postgraduate students, academics, and practitioners from the following areas of law:

  1. International Dispute Resolution
    2. Trade Regulation
    3. Immigration and Human Rights
    4. Criminology
    5. Criminal Law
    6. Public International Law
    7. International Law Theory
    8. Artificial Intelligence
    9. Medical Law
    10. Private Law

This event is free and open to all. Please, book through the below link.

We especially welcome LLM, MSc and PhD students. Also, undergraduates students with interest in research and academia will benefit from attending this event.