Law, Society and Popular Culture
1 June 2013
Serhat Yilmaz successfully transferred from MPhil to PhD. Well done Serhat!
Two of our PhD students have been busy. Danilo Mandic gave a paper at the Piracy and Jurisprudence workshop at the University of Southampton and Serhat Yilmaz gave a paper at the Sport and EU Annual Conference in Istanbul.
Guy Osborn had his paper ‘Guilty by Association: Olympic law and the IP Effect’ published in the Intellectual Property Quarterly  2 97-113.
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