LSE Law School has a diverse and vibrant events programme. Convene events provide our students opportunities for learning, enrichment and community building beyond the lecture theatre, our Research events focus on exchange of cutting-edge ideas, and we warmly welcome everyone with an interest in law to our Public Events.
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FinTech and Digital Finance: Fast Track to Practice (Session 2: Crypto assets and decentralised finance (II): commercial and corporate law

MAR 2.08 Marshall Building, 44 Lincoln's Inn Fields, LSE
Speaker: Dr Philipp Paech (LSE); Elisabeth Noble (European Banking Authority)

Building on session 1 (30 November), this session will introduce participants to key aspects of commercial and corporate law relevant to crypto-asset issuance and holding.

Convene events are organised for members of the LSE community.

Remembering Karen Knop

Vera Anstey Room (VAR) First floor, Old Building, Houghton Street, LSE

Karen Knop was a professor at the Faculty of Law teaching in the areas of public international law, private international law, foreign relations law and citizenship law. She wrote on issues of diversity, interpretation and participation in public international law. Her scholarship was broadly concerned with the challenges of gender and cultural differences to core concepts in public international law, including sovereignty, self-determination, nationality and the relationship between international and domestic law.

Convene events are organised for members of the LSE community.

Report of the Commission on Taxation and Welfare: Main lessons

Thai Theatre Lower ground floor, New Academic Building, LSE
Speaker: Professor Niamh Moloney (LSE)

This event is part of the LSE Taxation Seminars series, organised by Dr Eduardo Baistrocchi.  These events are held on LSE campus, but a Zoom link will also be circulated in advance. For further information, please contact Eduardo Baistrocchi e.a.baistrocchi@lse.ac.uk

LLB Cumberland Lodge Weekend Away

Annual weekend away for Law School students and staff to Cumberland Lodge, a Royal House set in the picturesque surroundings of the Great Park Windsor. The purpose of which is to create an informal and friendly environment where issues related to the law can be discussed.

Convene events are organised for members of the LSE community.

FinTech and Digital Finance: (Session 3: Advising in Digital Finance)

MAR 1.10 Marshall Building, 44 Lincoln's Inn Fields, LSE
Speaker: Dr Philipp Paech (LSE); Elisabeth Noble (European Banking Authority)

Building on session 2 (6 December), this session we will highlight key issues regulatory practitioner would be expected to advise upon, including considerations relating to licencing, AML/CFT, consumer protection, client asset protection, and operational resilience.

Convene events are organised for members of the LSE community.

LLM Dean’s Lunch

8th floor New Academic Building, 54 Lincoln's Inn Fields, LSE

Join the Dean of the LLM Law School Professor David Kershaw and your fellow cohort for lunch at the start of Lent Term. The lunch will be held on the 8th Floor of the New Academic Building

Convene events are organised for members of the LSE community.

A normative argument for the separation of law and morality

NAB 3.21 New Academic Building, 54 Lincoln's Inn Fields, LSE
Speaker: Herlinde Pauer-Studer (Vienna)

The Legal & Political Theory Forum provides an umbrella for seminars and colloquia on topics of common interest to scholars and graduate students working in various disciplinary areas, but particularly in the fields of politics and law.

Runaway Technology: IT and Law Book Club

Vera Anstey Room (VAR) First floor, Old Building, Houghton Street, LSE

The Law, Technology and Society book group will discuss the book ‘Runaway Technology', authored by Joshua A.T. Fairfield.

Convene events are organised for members of the LSE community.

Global climate justice after COP27

MAR 2.04 Marshall Building, 44 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London
Speakers: Prof Robert Falkner; Dr Leslie-Anne Duvic-Paoli; Dr Stephen Humphreys; Dr Yusra Suedi

Does the Paris Agreement offer a viable pathway towards long-term climate justice for the Global South and its populations? What role is there for ‘loss and damage’ and the newly established Loss and Damage Fund in balancing rights, responsibilities and expectations between the states under international climate change law? Join our panel of experts for a wide-ranging discussion on global climate justice.