Law, Society and Popular Culture

New PhD students

13 September 2009

2 new PhD students have started at the Centre. We are delighted to welcome Andrea Pavoni and Danilo Mandic, both of whom were awarded scholarships to study. Their areas are as follows and we are delighted to welcome them to the Centre. 

Andrea Pavoni: Olympic Brandscapes: the production, control and impact of the space of London 2012 Olympics (Guy Osborn, Andrew Smith and Lynn Minnaert)

Danilo Mandic: Technology and Ideas: the challenge of ‘intangible property’ within Copyright Law (Guy Osborn, Chris Ellins and John Flood)

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