Some of you might be interested in the first podcast of the First 100 Years project, intended to celebrate the centenary of women’s admission into the legal profession in the UK and Ireland, in which I am the first contributor (since I covered the early years). The series was launched last night at a very nice reception at Goldman Sachs in London with real champagne.
The Centre for Commercial Law and Financial Regulation at Reading will host research events discussing topical issues on various aspects of commercial law between the months of January and March this year. The events are dedicated to interdisciplinary conversations and will bring practitioners from across the commercial law sphere together with national and international academics. The series aims to explore the main issues regarding Commercial and IP law and regulation as they concern the appropriate policy intervention to sharing of data, data security and data governance. The seminars will provide opportunities for students and guests to immerse themselves, and participate in riveting debates with our staff and participants.
Attendance is Free. Visitors coming from outside the University of Reading are requested to send advanced notification of their attendance to firstname.lastname@example.org
Read more about the CCLFR Research Seminar Series.
Read more about the Intellectual Property Law Research Seminar Series.