Law, Society and Popular Culture
PhD students appear in Critical Legal Conference
20 September 2010
We were also delighted to welcome a new PhD student to the Centre in September, Tamara Tempera, who has already studied with us at Masters level has joined to research on the topic of art religion and law. Further details to follow.
Ken Foster had the paper ' Lex Sportiva: Transnational Law in Action' accepted for the International Conference on Lex Sportiva, Universitas Pelita Harapan, Indonesia on Wednesday, 22 September 2010.
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