Law, Society and Popular Culture
Mapping the City
20 May 2011
In addition James and Osborn also submitted a Response to the Department of Culture Media and Sport Consultation on Advertising and Trading Regulations. The draft regulations can be viewed here, and James and Osborn’s response is available on request.
London 2012 and the impact of the UK’s Olympic and Paralympic legislation: Protecting commerce or preserving culture? (with Mark James) Modern Law Review, May 2011.
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