Annual Postgraduate Conference

9:00am - 5:00pm / Monday 2nd July 2018 / Venue: Management School Seminar Rooms 1, 3, 4 and 6 Chatham Building
Type: Conference / Category: Research
  • 01517958049
  • Suitable for: Academics, PGR students, students, researchers
  • Admission: Free and no need to register
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The annual PGR conference will be taking place on Monday 2nd and Tuesday 3rd July 2018, in Management School Seminar Rooms 1, 3, 4 and 6.

The annual PGR Conference is one of the most important events of the PGR calendar, in terms of both disseminating PGR research and meeting a key requirement for progression into the following academic year. In recent years this major two-day event has success-fully brought the entire PGR community together to discuss and showcase PGR research being undertaken within the School of Law and Social Justice. Our doctoral researchers work in a variety of fields – from criminology to human rights and, as such, they strongly contribute to the wider institution’s research ethos and culture. This year’s conference will feature an external keynote and several additional opportunities for high quality discussions, feedback and networking in many of those areas and from a strong social jus-tice perspective. It will involve external PGRs and will include dedicated training sessions run by the Liverpool Doctoral College.

Registration is at 09.00, refreshments and lunch will be provided. Event to close at 16.30 on Monday and 15.45 on Tuesday. There is no need to register prior to this event, just turn up on the day.