December news from the Centre for Law, Society and Popular Culture.

Paresh Kathrani had Could intelligent machines of the future own the rights to their own creations? published in The Conversation, while Guy Osborn published Risk and lifestyle sports: the case of bouldering in the Entertainment and Sports Law Journal.

Peter Catterall's Museums and Universities Partnership Initiative (MUPI) award culminated with a guest lecture at the University of Westminster by Dr Richard Gaunt (University of Nottingham) on Curating Rebellious Histories. Richard reflected on the academic challenges of displaying controversial events, ranging from the Nottingham Reform Act riots of 1831 to the locally divisive miners' strikes of the twentieth century. In the process, he also explained the various legal and financial challenges that had to be overcome before the current transformation of Nottingham Castle's galleries could commence.

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