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July news

29 July 2015

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July news from the Centre.

July has been a fairly quiet month.  

We are however delighted to welcome Dr Paresh Kathrani as a member of the Centre. Paresh has many interesting ideas, including a number of events around Law and Artificial Intelligence that we will be announcing shortly.  

Danny Nicol has published a piece for the UK Constitutional Lawyers blog on the potential constitutional impact were Jeremy Corbyn to become leader of the Labour Party. Great additional news from Danny is that he has secured a publisher for his collection of papers emanating from the Politics and Law of Dr Who Seminar that ran in September 2014.    

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