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Modern Studies in Property Law Conference 2020


Northumbria University

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Expression of Interest

The Faculty of Business & Law at Northumbria University are proud to host the Modern Studies in Property Law Conference 2020

The Faculty of Business and Law prides itself on its combination of academic and professional education. Northumbria Law School has close links with practitioners in the North East and beyond and runs an active and integrated Law Clinic. There is a thriving and growing post-graduate research community and the University encourages multi-disciplinary study through its various research themes. Within the Faculty there are a number of research interest groups, including the Property Law Research Interest Group which will be closely involved in the organization and delivery of the conference.

About the Conference

The 2020 conference will follow the pattern of previous Modern Studies in Property Law conferences with a mix of plenary, discussion and panel sessions, and will also incorporate the social and human side of property law through the consideration of emerging technologies and the involvement of spokespersons and presentations from social housing schemes, shared equity schemes, organisations engaging with homelessness and the housing of vulnerable people as well as engage with the (sometimes competing) commercial interests associated with property.

The overarching theme of conference is secure within these walls, and we hope that contributors will interpret this as broadly as possible to include aspects from public and private law. The conference will also include a dedicated PGR strand and we would like to encourage PGR to present their work in diverse ways using the latest technologies.

Conference Fees

Conference fees exclude accommodation costs, city-centre accommodation options will be available at preferential rates in due course and booked by attendees via a separate booking link.

  • Early Bird Full Fee: £265
  • Full Fee: £310
  • Early Bird Student Fee: £188.50
  • Student Full Fee: £220
  • PGR Conference only: £35

Conference fees (excluding PGR only) include registration, all conference sessions, welcome drinks reception, conference dinner, lunches and refreshments. 

When planning accommodation it is envisaged that the conference will run over two and a half days as in previous years. 

About the Venue

United by seven bridges across a spectacular riverscape, Newcastle and Gateshead form a single, diverse and extremely vibrant visitor destination. Northumbria University is ideally located in the heart of Newcastle with fantastic links to train, air, bus and Metro transport services. One of the most vibrant destinations in England, Newcastle features fashionable bars and restaurants, ultra-modern galleries and music venues, theatres and cinemas. It is home to the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Life Science Centre, Sage Gateshead, and the Great North Museum. For those seeking to extended their stay the city is close to the Northumberland Coast, Holy Island, Bamburgh Castle, Hadrian’s Wall and the Northumberland National Park.

The University is well located for comparative scholars from across the border in Scotland to attend on a day or full programme basis, and is close to the universities of Durham, York, Newcastle and Sunderland. This proximity also provides a rich hinterland of post graduate and early career researchers.

Attending the Conference

Online booking for the conference will open later this year. As previously there will be a call for full papers and works in progress. If you wish to express your interest in attending or speaking at the conference please complete the form at this link and we will update you on progress and key dates. 


Event Details

Northumbria University
4th Floor, City Campus East 1
Business & Law Building
Newcastle upon Tyne


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