UCL Faculty of Laws


Lecture series on "decolonising" law launched

18 October 2021

decolonising law

(Photo by Ehimetalor Akhere Unuabona@theeastlondonphotographer

"decolonising" law is an interdisciplinary series of public lectures on topics concerned with the relationships between law, race, imperialism, colonialism, anti-imperialism, and de-/anti-/post-colonialism.

The lectures are convened by Ralph Wilde and Alonso Gurmendi Dunkelberg with the greatly appreciated support of Lisa Penfold, Events Manager at UCL Laws.

All lectures will take place online via Zoom. Each lecture will last one hour, and will include a 20 minute Q&A session.

Attendance is open to all and is free of charge. To view the full list of lectures and to register your attendance for a lecture, visit the "decolonising" law event page. Details of the lectures and registration links will be added in due course, so please keep checking the page for updates.