Law, Society and Popular Culture
Knowledge Transfer Partnership Opportunity
20 April 2009
The person appointed will be involved in all aspects of the project working with the project Directors to develop a new, community focused operational stadia model for professional Football Clubs. There is expected to be a high level of academic research and dissemination as part of the post and the
person appointed will be working closely with Steve Greenfield and Guy Osborn in the School of Law.
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