When: 5th November 2014, 12.30-5.00pm with buffet lunch and networking.
Where: Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, London
Cost: £40.00 per person. Free for doctoral students.
- How can we make people aware of our research and its findings?
- How can we move beyond the ‘traditional methods’ such as conference papers and articles, into new approaches encroaching to social networking and media?
In this workshop we will be asking these questions with broad range of active researchers who use different disseminations methods to reflect on and share their experiences.
Our contributors include Graeme Broadbent, reflecting on maximising the effectiveness of ‘traditional methods’; our Patron Professor Avrom Sherr, as a specialised advice as editor and contributor to international publications will discuss international exposure; Professor Paul Maharg will focus on the potential of social media in dissemination; and Duncan O’Leary (Research Director of DEMOS) will look at ‘impact’ of research, and how it will connect with policy development.
We also will have contributions from Dr Vanessa Davies, Director General of the Bar Standards Board, and journalists from the education press to explore what attracts them to research findings as ‘consumers’ of legal research.