Hogan Lovells provides funding for lecture theatre at Durham University's Law School
Hogan Lovells is supporting Durham University’s Law School by providing funding for a new lecture theatre. The Hogan Lovells Lecture Theatre will be the primary teaching space in the new building.
The funding forms part of a long-term relationship between the law firm and Durham Law School.
The Harvard-style theatre has been designed to facilitate effective teaching and learning. It features an ‘in-the-round’ layout and interactive multi-media presentation aids.
In addition to providing financial support, Hogan Lovells will host guest lectures and deliver other legal awareness activities such as practical workshops to demonstrate how academic law translates into practice.
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