Law Research Seminars

The University of Worcester School of Law warmly invite colleagues and students to our upcoming research events.

Attendance is free to all events.

The next event in this series is a public lecture:

‘Europe’s rule of law crisis’
Professor Fiona de Londras, Deputy Head of Birmingham Law School, University of Birmingham
Monday 27 March at 6pm

The Courtroom, School of Law, University of Worcester
Jenny Lind Building, Farrier Street, Worcester

The University of Worcester is delighted to announce that Professor Fiona de Londras will be delivering the first School of Law Public Lecture, ‘Europe’s rule of law crisis’ on Monday 27 March at 6pm. Professor de Londras is an outstanding legal academic and is the author of a number of leading articles in UK and international peer-reviewed journals. Her research interest is constitutionalism, human rights and transnationalism, with an emphasis on counter-terrorism, and future of the European Court of Human Rights, and the reform of abortion law in Ireland. Professor de Londras is Professor of Global Legal Studies and is Deputy Head of Birmingham Law School, University of Birmingham.

The lecture is open to everyone and members of the public are very much welcome to attend and to look around the University of Worcester’s new state-of-the-art Courtroom, Jury room and teaching rooms.

If you would like to reserve a place you can do so by emailing Janey Robins, the Senior Departmental Administrator at

The lecture will be followed by an opportunity to network with other members of the audience and to meet university colleagues.

The next research seminar in this series is:

Libertarian extension: rights for non-humans and the wider environment
Doug Wotherspoon, Senior Lecturer in Business Management, University of Worcester
Wednesday 29 March at 1pm

If you would like to reserve a space or would like to see further details about individual events, please contact Janey Robins (

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