Conference/ Workshop Papers
Hart, T and Mswaka, W,(2018) Vicarious Liability and the Social Enterprise, Huddersfield Business School Research Conference, January 2018.
Hart, T (2017), Moore v The Regents of the University of California -Could it happen here ?Intellectual Property Section, Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference, September 2017, Dublin, Republic of Ireland.
Hart, T (2013) ‘Teamwork on geographical indications using the wiki’. In: The seventh EIPTN European Intellectual Property Teachers' Network annual workshop , 15th-16th July 2013, Lisbon, Portugal
Hart, T., Fellowes, M. and Jabbar, A (2012) ‘Digital Literacies –The challenges for a modern Law School’ Pelecon (Plymouth e-learning conference),18 April -20 April 2012,Plymouth UK
Hart, T (2011), ‘The use of discussion boards to assess Global Intellectual Property Rights’, The European Intellectual Property Teacher’s Network, Annual Workshop, Prague, June 2011.
Hart, T., Fellowes, M. and Jabbar, A,(2011),’The challenges of student engagement on GDL blended learning’, The sixth international Blended Learning Conference,15 June 2011,University of Hertfordshire.
Hart T (2001), Does the TRIPS Agreement Have Direct Effect? Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference, Glasgow September 2001SPTL
Hart, T (1999), The TRIPS Agreement and African Development (African Society of International & Comparative Law, The University of East London
Hart, T (1993), The First Year of Skills on Derby’s LLB, Association of Law Teachers Annual Conference, Amsterdam, 1993
Conferences/ Workshops Organised
2013 HEA Funded Workshop on improving the learning experience of overseas students on postgraduate academic law programmes.
1995 Conference on Assessment for the Association of Law Teachers (ALT).