In response to the clear demand for such a group that was remarked upon multiple times at the Conference on the Teaching of Public Law earlier this year, we are establishing the UKCLA Public Law PhD Group. The basic idea is to draw public law PhD students together from across different universities.
We intend to start this endeavour by formulating a public list (which will be available on the UKCLA’s website) of PhD students researching public law, along with their research areas and contact details. We hope that the list will enable PhD students researching public law to talk to each other. From there we hope to develop events aimed at public law PhD students.
If you want to be part of the UKCLA Public Law PhD Group list then please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
- Your full name;
- The institution where your PhD is being undertaken;
- The research title of your PhD;
- The e-mail address you want listing on the UKCLA site; and
- Any further information that you think may be relevant/helpful.
If you would like to include a short synopsis of your PhD (max. 150 words) then please do so. All of this information will be available publically on the UKCLA website.
Please direct any questions you may have to the above address and we will be happy to answer them.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Joe Tomlinson & Jack Simson-Caird