LONDON, October 28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
- Register Now for Academic conference to be held at Birkbeck College, University of London Bloomsbury Campus on November 13-14
The Birkbeck Law Review, the European Law Students Association (ELSA Birkbeck) and the International Law Students Association (ILSA Birkbeck) are delighted to open this year's registration for the upcoming conference titled:
Migration, Borders & Violence: A critical encounter with theory, law, and policy
The conference will address the current migration crisis and broader themes related to migration through a critical, philosophical, legal and humanitarian perspective.
Students, academics, lawyers and representatives from non-governmental organisations will give talks and present research papers which will engage discussion around various topics.
The conference will be held at Birkbeck University of London, Bloomsbury Campus on Friday 13 November from 12pm to 5pm and Saturday 14 November from 10am to 9pm at Clore Management Building (Torrington Square).
"It's a great honour to welcome our speakers for the Birkbeck Law Review's annual conference," said Professor Bill Bowring, barrister and Professor of Law, Birkbeck, University of London. "This year's topic of migration speaks to urgent contemporary political and legal questions and we look forward to hearing diverse and critical examinations of the issues currently facing legal practitioners, legislators, and migrants themselves."
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS Speaker Organisation Topic Dr. Nicholas De King's College London Theorising the Genova "Crisis" of the European Border Regime Robin Reineke Colibrí Center for The Mystery of Human Rights the Missing Migrants (http://www.colibricenter.org) Professor University of Lyon European Migration Marie-laure Basilien Dr. Sonia Oxford Brooks University Vulnerability in Relation Morano-Foadi to Migration Dr. Ruben London School of Economics Europe's failed approach to Andersson and Political Science 'border security' amid the refugee crisis Michael Bochenek, Human Rights Watch How immigration detention Attorney J.D. undermines children's right to seek asylum Dr. Jean-Pierre British Institute for Refugee Crisis or Crisis Gauci International and Comparative of Solidarity Law
About The Birkbeck Law Review
The Birkbeck Law Review is an independent publication managed and run by students from Birkbeck, University of London. It publishes thought-provoking articles written by students, academics and legal practitioners in a biannual volume.
It has been cited by the UK Supreme Court, published academics from around the globe, and remains committed to promoting student ability at all stages of legal education. In early 2015 the editorial board was the proud recipient of Birkbeck's Prize for Contribution to the Life of the School of Law.
Our first conference, in collaboration with Birkbeck's ILSA Chapter, won the ILSA Chapter Award for Best Academic International Event.
For more information, please contact the Birkbeck Law Review at email@example.com, or contact the Birkbeck Law School on +44(0)20-7631-6511.
SOURCE Birkbeck Law Review