By Gill Loomes-Quinn – 16th July 2020
Gill is looking forward to giving a talk about the project, and how we contribute to, and champion the cause of Open Justice in the Court of Protection – at 3.30 pm next Wednesday 22nd July, 2020.
This will be as part of the Mental Disability Law – Postgraduate and Early Career Researcher Seminar, a full-day, online event being organised and hosted by Amanda Keeling (University of Leeds) and Grace Carter (University of Nottingham).
The talk will provide an opportunity to hear more about this project – in an informal and interactive environment. It is aimed at the expected audience for the seminar itself (predominantly early-career legal and socio-legal researchers); however, with (scholar) activism at its heart, it will engage anyone committed to the pursuit of Open Justice in the Court of Protection (as does the project itself, of course).
You can find out about the event here.
The session in which the talk is scheduled is taking place via Microsoft Teams. In order to gain access, you need to email Amanda Keeling (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Grace Carter (email@example.com).
Hope you can join us!