Law, Society and Popular Culture
Law, Society and Popular Culture: October news
31 October 2014
Steve Greenfield and Guy Osborn visited South Africa as part of their ongoing collaboration with North West University. They gave a series of talks and workshops, and conducted some interviews in an intensive visit. More on their trip to South Africa.
Susan Collins attended the Law Society Public Debate on 'The Right to be Forgotten' on October 15th. The debate was chaired by Peter Wright, managing director of specialist media firm Digital Law UK. On the panel were Jodie Ginsberg, CEO of freedom of expression organization Index on Censorship,
Mark Stephens CBE, partner at Howard Kennedy FSI LLP, Jonathan Bamford, head of strategic liaison at the Information Commissioner's Office and Stewart Room, Partner at Price Waterhouse Coopers Legal LLP. A full report from this will appear in the Entertainment and Sports Law Journal in due course.
Guy Osborn and Andrew Smith submitted two responses to consultations made by The Royal Parks on behalf of the Centre. These submissions were to the Consultation on the Future Management of the Old Football Pitches and to the Commercial Skating in the Royal Parks Consultation.
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