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Thu 30 Mar, '23
Masterclass: American Democracy in the Spotlight

The Law School's Centre for American Legal Studies is delighted to host this Masterclass with two of our wonderful visiting Professors, here to share their insights and expertise with us:

Thoughts on an Anti-Democratic Democracy - Presented by Professor Bennett Gershman

US Lawyers and the Election ‘Steal’ - Presented by Professor Lissa Griffin

The event takes place in person at our City Centre Campus and is free to attend although we do ask that you register so that we can ensure we have capacity to seat everyone. More information including the speaker bios and the option to register are available at our Eventbrite link.

Tue 4 Apr, '23
IALS/European Criminal Law Webinar: Developments in Corporate Criminality

The Law Commission concluded its review of corporate criminality in June 2022 and one of the options for reform was canvassed to be introduced in the Economic Crime Bill but removed. The seminar will examine the options put forward by the Commission and consider alternatives such as the German model of administrative penalties.


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