The Centre for Law, Society and Popular Culture is pleased to share its March news.

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This month we launched the Writing between the Lines project. An important part of this was the lighting of the Mary Lines lightbox in the foyer at 309 Regent Street  and we will report back on student poetry project organised by Dr Hannah Copley, and other developments in due course. Find out more on the project website

Matt Morrison and Guy Osborn were successful in their bid to the Research Community (ACC) Covid 19 Research Funding Call for their project ‘The Cultural Impact of Covid 19 on London Arts Venues’. We were delighted to have appointed Dr Helen Eastman as Research Assistant to conduct this research which forms part of the ongoing Soho Poly Project. 

We welcome a new member this month, Melanie McGlone who has research interests including sustainability, fashion and also land law and land use - welcome Melanie! 

We hosted a number of guest lectures during March, in particular Steve Greenfield welcomed Marion Roberts, Josef Canon and Philip Kolvin QC to his LLM option for some brilliant sessions during March. Philip accepted our offer to become an Associate Fellow of the Centre last year, read more on the University news page.

Lightbox featuring Mary Lines portrait on plinth in Regent Campus foyer

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