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February Theory Meets Practice events

26 February 2013

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Two further Theory Meets Practice events took place in February.

First member of the Law School Danny Nichol presented a joint paper with the Department of English, Linguistics and Cultural Studies entitled ‘Legitimacy and Globalised Law in Dr Who’ and Erasmus Visitor Later in the month, visiting Erasmus Scholar Christian Ambruester, from the Free University of Berlin who has previously written for our journal ESLJ, gave a seminar entitled ‘Celebrity Rights to their own image – a civil law perspective’.

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