Denning Law School in collaboration with Denning Consultants arranged an academic webinar on 1st June on, “The impact of Brexit on the UK’s constitutional law in context of public law and EU law modules.” This session was given by Raury Mason from the University of Law who indeed did an outstanding job in putting across his message. His presentation was thorough, to the point and very explanatory. There were no unnecessary details in the hour-long session, and the information shared was very general and understandable to hundreds of students from all over the world that tuned in to take this session. Raury discussed Brexit, its impact on the UK and its constitution, and what will be its impact on the future.
Denning Law School got a chance to do an educational webinar on the 4th of June due to immense hard work and efforts put in by Denning Consultants. The webinar was conducted by Helen Carter (an instructor from the University of Law) where the topic was, “The concept of liberalism and the way it has shaped the debate on legalizing physician-assisted suicide in context of jurisprudence” with the instructor being Helen Carter from the University of Law. Helen did an exceptional job of explaining this topic from different perspectives in detail but not too much to saturate the students. She talked about the UK’s constitution, liberals, and how they present and perceive their side of the topic.
Denning Law School would first of all like to thank the faculty of The University of Law i.e. Raury Mason and Helen Carter for investing their valuable time in the law students of Pakistan. We thank them from the bottom of our hearts as the students loved the academic session and found it very helpful and informative. Denning Law School would also take this chance to highlight the efforts of Denning Consultants and would like to thank them as well.