How to get a PhD in Law: The PhD in Law and Research Methods
24 Nov 2018, 10:00 to 24 Nov 2018, 16:00
Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, 17 Russell Square, London WC1B 5DR
The Institute of Advanced Legal Studies welcomes students enrolled for an MPhil / PhD in Law from across the UK to this specially tailored day of presentations, library tours and networking opportunities.
Sessions will be held on:
- Becoming a legal researcher: what is a PhD in law? - Professor Diamond Ashiagbor, University of Kent
- Comparative legal research - Dr Constantin Stefanou, Director of the Sir William Dale Centre for Legislative Studies, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London
- Literature reviews - Professor Lisa Webley, University of Birmingham
- Qualitative and quantitative research for PhDs - Professor Lisa Webley, University of Birmingham
- IALS Library: successful researching using our electronic resources - Alice Tyson, senior librarian from IALS Library
Although tailored specifically for PhD in Law students, this training programme may contain some material which repeats and reinforces generic training suitable for all PhD students.
The Institute of Advanced Legal Studies is running a further two research training days on “How to get a PhD in Law”.
- Day Two: Thursday 28th February 2019 - The PhD journey: Supervision, reserach ethics and preparing yourself for upgrade and vivas
- Day Three: Friday 10th May 2019 - Researching, disseminating and publishing in the digital world
Further information about other research training offered by the Institute can be found here
FEES and BOOKING: Student: £75.00; Standard: £100.00. (Note: Staff and students of SAS should contact Belinda Crothers direct)
ContactIALS Events Office
020 7862 5800