Bristol Law Conference 2020: Crime, Harm and Power

25 November 2020, 9.30 AM - 25 November 2020, 5.00 PM

Online event

The Bristol Law Conference is a student-run event that was established in 2013, in partnership with the University of Bristol Law School. Each year, the Conference selects a topic in relation to law and invites a multitude of speakers from a variety of backgrounds to come and speak on the issue - ranging from academics to experienced lawyers, as well as various experts in the relevant fields.

The Conference regularly attracts 600 people, with students from over 20 universities attending and multiple publications reporting on the event., and has attracted highly distinguished names such as Professor Steven Greer, Baroness Hale, Lord Kerr and Sir Malcolm Rifkind.

This year's conference theme is Crime, Harm and Power and takes place on Wednesday 25 November 2020. Featuring an exciting list of leading figures within this field, such as: 

White Collar Crime

  • John Binns (Partner, BCL Solicitors)
  • Joanna Dimmock (Partner, White & Case)
  • Neil Donovan (Senior Associate, Freshfields)
  • Ali Sallaway (Partner, Freshfields)
  • Katie Wheatley (Partner, Bindmans)

Crime & Covid-19

  • Eve Giles (Partner, Allen & Overy)
  • Jill Lormier (Partner, Kingsley Napley)
  • Diana Czugler (Associate, Allen & Overy)

Modern Slavery 

  • David Westlake (CEO, IJM)
  • Parosha Chandran (Barrister, One Pump Court)
  • Kate Roberts (UK and Europe Programme Manager of Anti-Slavery International)

At this conference you will also be given a chance to network with our sponsors, such as Womble Bond Dickinson, Burges Salmon and Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner, as well as participating in panel discussions with our speakers. 

To register for a free ticket, please visit the Bristol Law Conference website

This conference will prove to be a highly valuable experience for both law and non-law students, especially those interested in crime and corporate accountability. We look forward to seeing you all there.

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