Law Research Seminars 2009/10
17 February 2010
17 Feb 2010: Sharron McEldowney (University of Westminster) - Red-hot science: environmental legal conundrum
24 Feb 2010: Roshan de Silva - Buddhism, the State & the Ontology of Evil
3 March 2010: Christine Chinkin (LSE)
10 March 2010: Maria Drakopoulou (Kent University) - Nomos and Physis in Querelle des Femmes
17 March 2010: Chris Hodges (Oxford University) Developing a new model for collective redress in Europe
24 March 2010: Stephen Tierney (Edinburgh University)
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