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How did the law respond to COVID and how did that affect you?
COVID laws and key “public law” ideas
COVID rules, and their effect on our human rights
Review and engage exercise
Recap

Meet the academic

Mike Meehan is Head of Pastoral Care and Academic Experience and Teaching Fellow at the University of Law. He completed a French and Italian degree (BA) at the National University of Ireland, Galway before studying a joint English Law and French Law degree (LLB/Diplôme de Droit français) at the universities of Kent and Grenoble. He has a LLM in EU and UK Public Law from King’s College, London and has published work on the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights and the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission. Before joining ULaw in September 2020 as a Senior Tutor, Mike taught different law modules for over 18 years at three different universities and has been both a LLB and a GDL Course Leader, and Programme Leader of Business, Law, and Social Science courses at Kaplan International College, London. Mike is a Fellow of AdvanceHE, has a PG Diploma in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, has a PG Certificate in secondary school Modern Foreign Languages teaching, and is also a qualified English language teacher. Mike was made Head of Pastoral Care in February 2021 and a University Teaching Fellow in May 2021.

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Join Mike Meehan as he explores the law's response to covid, how it impacted us as a society, the new laws that covid has prompted, and the rules and regulations that impacted our freedom and human rights during the recent pandemic. He'll also be posing a review and engage exercise to test your knowledge!

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The University of Law is a specialist education institution offering law related qualifications and professional training. The university is the largest law school in the UK and was founded in 1876. The University of Law has nine campuses across the UK in Birmingham, Bristol, Chester, Guildford, Leeds, London, Manchester, Nottingham and Sheffield. It also has an international campus in Hong Kong. Uniquely, the University of Law also delivers law programmes at a number of partnered universities across the country, including the University of Exeter and the University of Liverpool.

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Mike Meehan

Mike Meehan is Head of Pastoral Care and Academic Experience and Teaching Fellow at the University of Law. He completed a French and Italian degree (BA) at the National University of Ireland, Galway before studying a joint English Law and French Law degree (LLB/Diplôme de Droit français) at the universities of Kent and Grenoble. He has a LLM in EU and UK Public Law from King’s College, London and has published work on the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights and the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission. Before joining ULaw in September 2020 as a Senior Tutor, Mike taught different law modules for over 18 years at three different universities and has been both a LLB and a GDL Course Leader, and Programme Leader of Business, Law, and Social Science courses at Kaplan International College, London. Mike is a Fellow of AdvanceHE, has a PG Diploma in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, has a PG Certificate in secondary school Modern Foreign Languages teaching, and is also a qualified English language teacher. Mike was made Head of Pastoral Care in February 2021 and a University Teaching Fellow in May 2021.

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