Law, Society and Popular Culture
10 September 2013
- Guy Osborn and Mark James submitted a response to the Consultation on Draft Glasgow Commonwealth Games (Trading and Advertising) (Scotland) Regulations 2013.
- Steve Greenfield and Guy Osborn, along with Peter Robson (Strathclyde) had ‘The impact of Film and Television on Perceptions of Law and Justice: Towards a Realisable Methodology’ published in Law, Culture and Visual Studies (Springer, 2013).
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