Activities included teaching students at the University of Liverpool’s partner institutions in the region. Year 2 students were given a session on ‘Co-ownership & Severance’ as part of their Land law module, while Year 1 students enjoyed a session on ‘Privity of Contract’ as part of their Contract Law module.
An Alumni event was held for Liverpool Law School graduates, and wider graduates of Liverpool University, at the Intercontinental Hotel in KL. Many graduates had a chance to meet with Professors Barr & Morris, as well as eat, socialise and win Liverpool-themed prizes in a business card raffle. ‘It was great to catch up old friends and makes some news ones’ said Professor Barr.
Year 1 Teaching - Taylor's University 18th October 2019
Year 2 Teaching BAC (Brickfields Campus) 11th October 2019
Year 2 Teaching HELP University - 11th October 2019
Alumni event, 16th October 2019
Consortium meetings and graduation ceremonies
Brickfields Asia College also hosted a Consortium meeting, chaired by Professor Barr (as co-chair of the Brickfields UK Consortium), as well as holding their annual Graduation Ceremony 2019 at the Sime Derby Convention centre, at which Professor Barr said a few words by way of congratulations to graduates and awarded a degree to a Liverpool student.
Professor Morris kindly stepped in to represent another University at the ceremony, due to their unforeseen illness. The offer to study at Liverpool Law School attracted over 600 potential students at the BAC Education Fair on Monday 14th October 2019, who had the chance to talk to Professors Morris & Barr, Ms Anna Vowles, Ms Tracie Tee (Area Rep, University of Liverpool International team) or representatives from AUG (the Law School’s agents in Malaysia) about all aspects of life at Liverpool.
Professor Warren Barr chairing the BAC Consortium Meeting, 12th October 2019
Degree Awards Ceremony - Liverpool students at BAC Graduation, 13th October 2019
BAC Education Fair, 14th October 2019
Taylor’s University School of Law held their first ever International Conference on 15th and 16th October 2019, co-sponsored by the School of Law and Social Justice, entitled ‘Future of Law & Legal Practice’. The Conference was a great success, and featured Professor Barr presenting on the 16th of October at a session on academic perspectives, drawing on his experiences of how e-learning can be used to rethink and support student learning in Land Law and Equity & Trusts.
Speakers at the academic session also included papers from the Universities of Leeds and Taylor’s University.
Taylor's Future of Law Conference, 15th October 2019
Future of Law Conference Session Speakers, 16th October 2019
Professor Morris and Ms Anna Vowles visited Azman Davidson & Co on 16th October 2019, one of the excellent placement providers for our students in the School of Law and Social Justice.
Professor Morris said of the vist: ‘It was great to pay a courtesy call to this prestigious KL law firm, to thank them in person for their vital support in providing summer placements for Liverpool Law School students.’
They were delighted to run into one of the Law School’s recent graduates, who has just started work at Azman Davidson & Co, and who sent his respects to his favourite teacher at Liverpool, Professor Rob Stokes.
Professor Debra Morris with Azman Davidson & Co
It is always a pleasure to meet up with law alumni in Singapore to share with them developments back in Liverpool and to hear their news.Professor Debra Morris