04 Jul 2017

Tuesday - 10:30AM

Anti-Terrorism Law Reform: An Academic/Practitioner Workshop

Venue

Centre for Socio-Legal Studies

21 Jun 2017

Wednesday - 10:30AM

Beyond evidence: how do knowledge practices inform the governance of environmental challenges?

Venue

Wolfson College

12 Jun 2017

Monday - 9:30AM

Law in Context Early Career Workshop

Venue

Centre for Socio-Legal Studies

08 Jun 2017

Thursday - 12:30PM

Restrictions on Exit in Post-Soviet Countries: The Right to Go Abroad a Quarter Century after the USSR

Venue

Manor Road Building - Seminar Room F

08 Jun 2017

Thursday - 12:30PM

Restrictions on exit in post-Soviet countries: the right to go abroad a quarter century after the USSR

CSLS Socio-Legal Discussion Group

Venue

Manor Road Building - Seminar Room F

01 Jun 2017

Thursday - 12:30PM

Contemporary Social-Legal Theory as a Critique of Legal Positivism

CSLS Socio-Legal Discussion Group

Venue

Manor Road Building - Seminar Room F

18 May 2017

Thursday - 12:30PM

An Anatomy of Conduct and Culture in Global Finance, Presentation by Christina Skinner

CSLS Socio-Legal Discussion Group

Venue

Manor Road Building - Seminar Room F

11 May 2017

Thursday - 12:30PM

Forced Marriage and its entangled socio-legal analysis, Presentation by Anusooya Sivaganesan

CSLS Socio-Legal Discussion Group

Venue

Manor Road Building - Seminar Room F

04 May 2017

Thursday - 5:00PM

Annual Socio-Legal Lecture: Lawyering, Professionalism & Struggle in Conflict & Transition

Speaker

Professor Kieran McEvoy

Speaker Affiliation

Queen's University, Belfast

Venue

Lecture Theatre Manor Road Building

19 Apr 2017

Wednesday - 1:00PM

From Collective Legal Consciousness to Legal Consciousness of Collective Dissent?

Venue

Manor Road Building - Seminar Room G

09 Mar 2017

Thursday - 12:30PM

Regulating The Public’s Right to be Holistically Informed: The News Media’s Reportage of the 2014 Ebola Epidemic, Presentation by Mary-Jean Nleya

CSLS Socio-Legal Discussion Group

Venue

Manor Road Building - Seminar Room F

07 Mar 2017

Tuesday - 4:30PM

Theft, Divination, and Buddhism in Early Tibet

Legalism Seminar Series

Speaker

Brandon Dotson

Speaker Affiliation

Department of Theology, Georgetown University

Venue

Keble College

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