Position Description

  • First line of contact for all enquiries, general correspondence, etc.
  • Financial administration – claims, payments, petty cash
  • Booking travel arrangements
  • Organisation of graduate interviews and updating the annual student handbook
  • Academic Visitors
  • Mailing lists and communications
  • Seminar co-ordination and events support (bookings, promotional material, catering, etc.)
  • Office supplies and general housekeeping

See also the Law Faculty's A-Z list of administration and services.

Events organised by Katie Hayward

Past events

15 Jun 2020

Monday - 4:30PM

Law, History and Socio-Legal Studies. A Ménage à Trois That Dares Not Speak Its Name?

Centre for Socio-Legal Studies Seminar Series

Speaker

Professor David Sugarman

Speaker Affiliation

Lancaster University

Venue

Zoom Webinar

08 Jun 2020

Monday - 4:30PM

Provincializing Polanyi: The Colonial Roots of Modern Labour Markets and Labour Law

Centre for Socio-Legal Studies Seminar Series

Speaker

Professor Diamond Ashiagbor

Speaker Affiliation

University of Kent

Venue

Zoom Webinar

25 May 2020

Monday - 4:30PM

The Quiet-Loud-Quiet Politics of Post-Crisis Consumer Bankruptcy Law: The Case of Ireland and Troika

Centre for Socio-Legal Studies Seminar Series

Speaker

Joe Spooner

Speaker Affiliation

Assistant Professor, LSE Law Department

Venue

Zoom Webinar

09 Mar 2020

Monday - 4:30PM

**CANCELLED** The Art of Justice: Reconfiguring the Courtroom Object

Centre for Socio-Legal Studies Seminar Series

Speaker

Johannah Latchem

Speaker Affiliation

Academic Visitor, CSLS

Venue

Manor Road Building - Seminar Room C

02 Mar 2020

Monday - 4:30PM

The Poodle Problem: Are Corporate Lawyers Still Professionals?

Centre for Socio-Legal Studies Seminar Series

Speaker

Steven Vaughan

Speaker Affiliation

Professor in the Faculty of Laws, University College London

Venue

Manor Road Building - Seminar Room C

24 Feb 2020

Monday - 4:30PM

Looking for Law in China: Empirical Research in an Authoritarian Context

Centre for Socio-Legal Studies Seminar Series

Speaker

Michael Palmer

Speaker Affiliation

Emeritus Professor of Law at the University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS)

Venue

Manor Road Building - Seminar Room C

27 Jan 2020

Monday - 4:30PM

Jurist in Context: William Twining in conversation with Ruth Chang, David Sugarman and Linda Mulcahy

Centre for Socio-Legal Studies Seminar Series

Speaker

Various, please see below

Venue

Manor Road Building - Seminar Room C

Research projects