In 2012, at our York Annual Conference, we introduced a poster competition. Here we bring together all the winning posters and some of the other entries to give a feel for the breadth and depth of the research of the SLSA scholars.
Rachel Maguire (2018) ‘Anonymity vs copyright law: regulating creativity in online communities’
Bruno Obialo Igwe (2016) 'The impact of domestic violence legal regulation and enforcement in Ireland on Nigerian immigrants'
Stacy Sinclair (2016) 'Designing + (dis)assembling disputes'
Eva Klambauer (2015) 'Sex workers as political actors between criminalisation and employment'
Rachel Cahill O'Callaghan (2013) 'Personal values an important element in the diversity debate'
A selection of other entries
Amal Ali 'Law, gender and religious beliefs in Europe'
Hannah Donaldson, Mathilde Pavis, Shawn Harmon, Karen Wood and Abbe Brown 'InVisible difference: disability, dance and law'
Kyle Duggan 'No act is more person-specific than that of sex: a critical comparison of the judical apporach to capacity to consent to sexual relations in X City Council v MB, NC and MAB  EWHC 168 and R v C  1 WLR 1786'
Caroline Lynch 'Using generational order, intersectionality and the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child to frame research about children's lives at complex sites of study: the example of the educational experiences of homeless children in England'
Elaine McLaughlin 'No recourse, no rights'
Sara Mohammadzadeh 'Is my ressearch dirty?: Exploring dirty research in academia'
Emma Nottingham 'The role of "public interest" in Gillick'
Amanda Perry-Kessaris 'Communicating law through graphic design'
Louise Taylor and Simon Boyes 'LLM by MOOC: breaking down barriers to LLM study'
Charlotte Woodhead 'Provenance: a legal and ethical narrative'
Andrew P Young 'Mental health and employment law'