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

Danny Nicol has blogged again on Doctor Who in advance of his professorial lecture on Doctor Who: A British Alien? on 6 March. As part of his other research interests, he has also contributed an essay to Judicial Power and the Left.

Peter Catterall published a piece on elections and referendums for the Huffington Post, while Paresh Kathrani published Do androids dream of asylum? in the Entertainment and Sports Law Journal.

Guy Osborn and new Centre Fellow Simon Anderson wrote on the Radiohead vs Lana Del Ray music copyright dispute for the Quietus.

Guy Osborn appeared on a panel at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies to mark the launch of new book Medium Law: Talking about Technology in an Age of Convergence. The book is the sixth in the Routledge Series Studies in Law, Society and Popular Culture, edited by Steve Greenfield and Guy Osborn.

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