We are delighted to welcome two keynote speakers. The speaker on day one is Eliza Easton, Head of Policy Unit, Creative Industries Policy and Evidence Centre (PEC), and Principal Policy Researcher, Nesta. On day two, Alison Hook will speak on ‘The best of all possible worlds – the future for legal education‘ More details available here.
Click here for a full programme (published 12 April) setting out all plenary and parallel sessions. A book of abstracts is available, for day one and day two.
Plenary sessions and coffee breaks will take place in the Music Building. Parallel sessions are in the School of Law (next door). Lunch will be in the Great Hall (2 mins walk).