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May 2012

St Antony's College in conjunction with Women’s Rights Research Seminars
Morocco and its Women's Rights Discourse: Between Amelioration and the Status Quo
Speaker: Katja Zvan Elliott
St Antony's College The Middle East Centre Library at 12:45
Public International Law Discussion Group
International criminal tribunals: Experiments? Works in progress? Institutions that are here for good? A practitioner's view
Speaker: Sir Geoffrey Nice QC, Temple Garden Chambers
New College Lecture Room 6 at 12:30
Centre for Business Taxation Research Seminar Series
Car Notches: Strategic Automaker Responses to Fuel Economy Policy
Speaker: James Sallee, University of Chicago
Said Business School Seminar Room 14 at 14:30
All Souls Criminology Seminar Series
Return of the Repressed? For Social Democratic Criminology
Speaker: Robert Reiner, Department of Law, London School of Economics
All Souls College Old Library at 15:30
All Souls Criminology Seminar Series
Title TBC
Speaker: Christopher Dean, Extremism Team Lead, Interventions Unit, National Offender Management Service and Professor Peter Neumann, Director of The International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation and Political Violence at Kings College London
All Souls College Old Library at 15:30
Jurisprudence Discussion Group
The Political Approach to Human Rights: Matching Human Rights Morality with Human Rights Mechanisms
Speaker: Tom Campbell, Charles Sturt University
Oxford Law Faculty SCR at 17:30
Oxford Intellectual Property Invited Speaker Seminar Series
On the Role of Quality in Patent Systems
Speaker: Professor Bruno Van Pottelsberghe, Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management
St Peter's College Dorfman Room at 1715
Shearman & Sterling LLP
International Arbitration Public International Law
Oxford Law Faculty The Cube at 17:00
Migration Law Discussion Group
Separating the persecutors from the persecuted: a feminist and comparative examination of exclusion from the refugee regime
Change of time
Speaker: Kate Ogg, MSc student, St Cross College, University of Oxford
Oxford Law Faculty Seminar Room F - St Cross Building at 17:00
Protect the Human / Protect the Planet
Human Rights are Green Rights
Speaker: Kumi Naidoo, Executive Directive of Greenpeace International
Oxford Law Faculty Gulbenkian Lecture Theatre at 17:30

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