1. College of Law at Loyola University New Orleans

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    Hear from our students about the value a Loyola University New Orleans legal education can offer.

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    • University of Hertfordshire - School of Law // The Hertfordshire Way

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      Clearhead were tasked with showcasing the University of Hertfordshire's School of Law in a fresh and exciting way that kept the principles of law and professionalism at the forefront. As part of a three-film campaign, 'The Hertfordshire Way' film explores the University's modern environments, excellent facilities and top-grade teaching offerings.

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      • University of Hertfordshire - School of Law // Mooting

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        Clearhead were tasked with showcasing the University of Hertfordshire's School of Law in a fresh and exciting way that kept the principles of law and professionalism at the forefront. As part of a three-film campaign, the 'mooting' film's focus was on delivering the message to potential future law students that the University provides real experiences that result in real careers in law.

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        • Dr Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury - Essex Honorary Graduate

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          After a distinguished legal career Dr Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury has become the first ever female Speaker of Jatiyo Sangshad (Bangladesh Parliament), the supreme legislative body of Bangladesh. She gained a prestigious Commonwealth Scholarship to study at Essex and graduated in 2000 with a PhD in Constitutional Law and Human Rights.

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          • Translating Improvisation: Beyond Disciplines, Beyond Borders - Colloquium Part 3

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            Translating Improvisation: Beyond Disciplines, Beyond Borders - Colloquium Part 3 Session 3 The Future of Translating Musical Improvisation Across the Humanities Chair: Sara Ramshaw One of the key tenets of critical studies in improvisation (CSI) is the belief in improvisation’s emancipatory promise. Instead of being purely unplanned and unstructured, improvisation self-consciously engages with tradition, enabling resistance to oppression and injustice and opening up possibilities for new ways of conceiving community, both locally and at the global level. These panellists will explore the future of improvisation and CSI through the themes of social change, possibility and community, relying on examples from dance, music and other areas of (artistic) expression. - Aoife McGrath (QUB School of Creative Arts) - Ajay Heble (Guelph University, School of English and Theater Studies, Canada) - Questions and Discussion

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            • Translating Improvisation: Beyond Disciplines, Beyond Borders - Colloquium Part 2

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              Translating Improvisation: Beyond Disciplines, Beyond Borders - Colloquium Part 2 Session 2 The Practice of Translating Musical Improvisation Across the Humanities Chair: Paul Stapleton The second session of the colloquium takes for granted that translating musical improvisation can take place across the humanities and instead focuses on the issue of how this translation might take place or what music can contribute to the rethinking of concepts that other disciplines cannot. - Eric Lewis (McGill School of Philosophy, Canada) - Marcel Cobussen (Leiden University, Music Philosophy and Sound Studies,Netherlands) - Simon Rose (Glasgow Caledonian University and Berlin) - Questions and Discussion

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              • Translating Improvisation: Beyond Disciplines, Beyond Borders - Colloquium Part 1

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                Translating Improvisation: Beyond Disciplines, Beyond Borders - Colloquium Part 1 Introduction Simon Waters Session 1 The Possibility of Translating Musical Improvisation Across the Humanities Chair: Simon Waters This panel engages with improvisation as a social practice through an exploration of the possibility of translating improvisational practices, discourses and pedagogies from the musical realm to other disciplines in the arts, humanities and social sciences (AHSS). The invited speakers come from a variety of AHSS disciplines, including Law, Creative Arts/Drama and Architecture/Spatial Arts. - Connal Parsley (Kent Law School) - David Grant (QUB School of Creative Arts) - Ruth Morrow (QUB SPACE) - Questions and Discussion

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