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Durham European Law Institute

Events for students

In the academic year 2015/16 the Institute is also organising events that focus on assisting students in their research in EU law. These will include:

  • PGR Conversations

The DELI PGR Conversations offer an opportunity for the Postgraduate Research Student members of DELI to present to an interested group of fellow students on a topic related directly or indirectly to their research, to discuss this research in a friendly and supportive environment, to receive peer feedback on their work, and (hopefully) to enlighten all present about their chosen topic area.

  • LLB/LLM Student Debate: the UK's membership of the EU

As part of this year's event series on the UK's membership of the EU, the Institute is organising a student debate in February 2016. Under the supervision of academic staff, four teams of students will debate on constitutional and economic issues arising from the UK's renegotiation process.

  • LLB/LLM Dissertation Workshops

These workshops are targeted at LLM and third year LLB students, who are conducting research in an area of EU law as part of their dissertation. They aim to offer an opportunity for these students to share their research with their colleagues and other DELI members in a supportive environment, where they can also receive constructive feedback from the audience.

  • LLB/LLM Dissertation Conferences

These conferences, which will be held in Epiphany and Easter term, offer LLM and LLB students, who are completing their dissertation the opportunity to present their findings to a larger audience of colleagues and academic staff. The LLB and LLM conferences are at the focus of the Institute's Student Involvement Initiative and aim to promote high quality research in EU law.