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Legal CPD Events in May 2019

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Rethinking Human Rights: a southern response to western critics

    In this lecture; Muthoni Wanyeki will draw on three decades of human rights activism with Kenyan; African and international organisations to push back against the western critique of human rights and to formulate her own assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of the human rights movement in Africa and the global south.

  • The Prysm Group

    LegalEx

    Legalex is the UK’s leading event for law firms and legal professionals who are looking for business growth and professional development and it is returning to the ExCeL London March 27th and 28th 2019 and is still a free-to-attend event. Legalex brings together over 200 cutting-edge suppliers; 150 expert-led seminars; and over 3;500 legal professionals under one roof for two days that will be changing the future of the legal business sector. This is the place to discover the innovations that will be helping firms and legal professionals around the world; improve; expand; and modernise.

  • The Prysm Group

    LegalEx

    Legalex is the UK’s leading event for law firms and legal professionals who are looking for business growth and professional development and it is returning to the ExCeL London March 27th and 28th 2019 and is still a free-to-attend event.Legalex brings together over 200 cutting-edge suppliers; 150 expert-led seminars; and over 3;500 legal professionals under one roof for two days that will be changing the future of the legal business sector.This is the place to discover the innovations that will be helping firms and legal professionals around the world; improve; expand; and modernise.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Replication Crisis?

    The hallmark of good science is often supposed to be experiments that produce the same results when repeated. But over the last number of years; scientists have replicated a number of established; high-profile experiments and produced different results. Does it point to serious flaws and biases in the sciences? Or is it evidence of the power of science to self-correct? And what can be done to make science more replicable? We explore whether the replication crisis undermines our trust in science.

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