Mini Real World Lecture: Does the Law Support the LGBTQ+ Community
To celebrate Pride Month our expert tutor will be looking at changes in the law relating to LGBTQ+ rights. We will walk though the historical challenges the community faced, momentous changes in legislation but also the new obstacles standing in the way of progression.
Mini Real World Lecture: How Is Mental Health Protected By the Law?
To recognise mental health awareness week our expert tutor will be exploring how mental health is protected by the law and how it is adapting in the face of more individuals suffering with these issues.
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Mini Real World Lecture: How can we make our memories more powerful?
What is memory? Does it matter if we forget? Can we strengthen our memory? Memory is being able to recognise people, places - it is essential for all our waking moments, but it is malleable, fallible and open to suggestion. In this lecture, the University of Law’s Dean of Social Sciences, Catrion...
Mini Real World Lecture: Are Women Fully Protected by the Law?
This International Women’s Day we explore whether women’s rights are fully protected by the Law. The #MeToo and ‘Time’s Up’ movements have highlighted the issues that most women face on a daily basis and have started to shift attitudes but violence against women is a major problem world-wide and ...
Mini Real World Lecture: Ethics and Ethical Leadership
Join Thor Ingvarsson, Director of Postgraduate Programmes at the University of Law Business School for an discussion on the important relationship between ethics and leadership and how certain corporate behaviours maybe seen as unethical or questionable.