Law School Research Seminar Series: 'Scope of Employment: Connecting Closely with the Past'
Dr Andrew Bell
5.68 Wills Memorial Building
On Wednesday 6th March the Law School welcomes Dr Andrew Bell, Research Assistant, Institute of European Tort Law of the Austrian Academy of Sciences and University of Graz, Vienna, to present a talk 'Scope of Employment: Connecting Closely with the Past', as part of the University of Bristol Law School Research Seminar Series.
The aim of the Law School Research Seminar Series is to foster the research culture within the Law School and to enhance the research networks between the Law School and external speakers/institutions. The talks aspire to address current big questions in the field of law.
Andrew Bell joined the Institute for European Tort Law (ETL) in April 2016. He read law as an undergraduate at the University of Cambridge, spending an exchange year at the Universität Regensburg and graduating in 2011. Andrew then studied for a master’s degree (LL.M.) in German law at the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster. Whilst there, he worked as an assistant to Prof. Dr. Nils Jansen at that university’s Institute for Legal History. Following a brief period working in London, Andrew next joined ETL for four months in 2013 to work as a research assistant for his then Director, Prof. Ken Oliphant. Andrew moved back to the UK and began to undertake his doctoral research and to work as a teaching associate at the University of Birmingham. He remained there until moving back to Vienna
All Law School staff and doctoral students are welcome. This is a great opportunity to learn more about other scholars on-going research and potentially foster the creation of collaborative projects in the future.
For more information, please contact the Law School Research Administrator t: 0117 39 40042 e: Suzanne Mills.