Law, Society and Popular Culture
Law, Society and Popular Culture: June news
1 July 2014
With the World Cup 2014 in full swing and assessments taking place its been a quiet month, although Guy Osborn wrote World Cup 2014, right to protest and 'uber' law for the Justice Gap for the opening date of the world Cup. This was the most recent of a series of articles he has written for magazines such as The Conversation, The Justice Gap and Law in Sport this year.
Less seriously, he has also blogged on World Cup Cooking, so if you are feeling hungry, look no further.
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