Socio-legal Studies research cluster news and events

The Socio-Legal research cluster provides a setting for colleagues to explore and discuss their research in the field of socio-legal studies, as broadly understood.
Perceptions of Children in the Family Courts, 21 January 2020

Perceptions of Children in the Family Courts, 21 January 2020

Posted by ab98 at Jan 02, 2020 10:20 AM |

Sir James Munby, former President of the Family Division of the High Court of England and Wales

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Fair Labelling in Criminal Law: Towards an Account of Why it Matters, 21 Novemeber, 2018

Posted by ab98 at Nov 14, 2018 02:00 PM |

Dr Matt Gibson, University of Liverpool

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‘The Rise of Lifestyle Activism’  Wednesday 29 April 2017

‘The Rise of Lifestyle Activism’ Wednesday 29 April 2017

Posted by ab98 at Mar 31, 2017 01:53 PM |

Dr Nikos Sotirakopoulos (Lecturer in Sociology, Loughborough University)

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‘Complaint handling and consumes in vulnerable circumstances?’  Wednesday 12 October 2016

‘Complaint handling and consumes in vulnerable circumstances?’ Wednesday 12 October 2016

Posted by ab98 at Oct 05, 2016 12:00 AM |

Prof Cosmo Graham (Leicester Law School)

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The Regulation of Space: Street Trading and ‘Peds’, Wednesday 4 May 2016

The Regulation of Space: Street Trading and ‘Peds’, Wednesday 4 May 2016

Posted by ab98 at May 03, 2016 04:50 PM |

Dr Steven Cammiss (Leicester Law School)

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Leicester Law School team win 2015 SLS Best Poster Price

Posted by ab98 at Mar 01, 2016 04:30 PM |

Dawn Watkins, Elee Kirk, Effie Law and Jo Barwick have been awarded Best Poster prize at the Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference.

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