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Professor Jill Marshall explores issues of privacy and secrecy in pregnancy and childbirth
Paper entitled “Love, Humanity and Care in the Legal Regulation of Secret Births and Baby Boxes” was presented in a two hour seminar with interactive questions and discussion from the audience at the at the National University of Ireland’s Legal and Political Theory workshop series
Located in Academic Departments / / Research / Law and Theory
UoL Event Problematising the incompatibility thesis: an integrity-based defence of conscience in healthcare, 18 November 2015
Dr Mary Neal (University of Strathclyde) external visiting speaker to Leicester Law School.
Located in Academic Departments / / Research / Medico-legal
‘Political Theology’ Naturalized: Realist Political Theory, Schmitt and Political Constitutionalism, 9 November 2016
Guest speaker Dr Tsarapatsanis from the University of Sheffield
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‘Property, Persons and Implanted Devices: Some Challenges for the Law?’, 15 February 2017
Dr Muireann Quigley (University of Newcastle)
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Blog Entry Blog: Concientious Objections from Healthcare Professionals
Highlights of Dr Mary Neal’s recent paper given to the research cluster in November.
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‘Transparency as a Justification for Legislative Supremacy’, 10 May 2017
Dr Eoin Daly (NUI Galway)
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UoL Event The Regulation of Space: Street Trading and ‘Peds’ – 4 May 2016
Dr Steven Cammiss (Leicester Law School)
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Professor Jill Marshall to present at Spectacular Law Conference in December 2016
Spectacular Law, Law, Literature and the Humanities Association of Australasia Conference 2016
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‘Torture, Human Dignity and Othering’, 3 May 2017
Dr Natasa Mavronicola (University of Birmingham)
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Book publication – Human Dignity and Law: Legal and Philosophical Investigations
Dr Stephen Riley’s publication is one of the first book-length treatments of the relationship between human dignity and law, analysing the fundamental relationships between human status, obligations, and the rule of law.
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