Law, Society and Popular Culture
Guy Osborn featured in Young Lawyer
9 July 2013
The most recent example of which is on Policing, Protest and Popular Culture with previous ones including pieces on law and social media, film classification, tickets and live music and his post Olympic review of the social utility of sport.
For those left wanting more, slightly extended versions of some of these, with embedded links, are later made available on his own blog, Dispatches from the Frontline of Law and Popular Culture and posted to the social media page of the Entertainment and Sports Law Journal.
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