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Silences and Perspectives, 11 December 2012

Bioethical Controversy, Ethical Compromise and the Criminal Law, 5 December 2012

'The Interplay of Islam and the West in the Context of Womb Transplantation Technology'., 28 November 2012

Bonfire of the Quangos: Lighting A Fire Under HFEA and HTA, 28 November 2012

Annual Conference of the Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Academic Network - UK and Ireland (ESRAN-UKI), 30 November 2012

Mandatory or Meritorious? Establishing the Legal Duties of Researchers, 7 November 2012

History, Memory, Biography, and Fiction, 7 November 2012

Iredell Lecture in History and Law:Britain, Empires, and the Re-Writing of Written Constitutions, 30 October 2012

The Taxation of Wealth: Should Inheritance Tax be Abolished?", 17 October 2012

Sixth Form Conference, 4 July 2012

Law - Work in Progress Seminar (Milman and Seymour), 14 June 2012

Law : Work in Progress Seminar (Austen-Baker and Mauthe), 13 June 2012

Public Lecture: A Collision of Law and Politics: the Pinochet Case, 1998-2000., 9 May 2012

Public Lecture: "A.W.B. Simpson in Context: The Life of Brian", 22 May 2012

Guernica 75: Memories of the International Brigades and the Spanish Civil War, 28 April 2012

CeMoRe Seminar with Amalia Cabezas - Stuck between desire and making beds: Housekeeping staff in Havana's hotels., 24 April 2012

What to do with frozen embryos?, 7 March 2012

After Cancun: Impossibility of Carbon Trading, 29 February 2012

Sociology and CGWS Seminar with Sirma Bilge, 28 February 2012

Regulating Experts: Agency Regulation of Emerging Biotechnologies, 22 February 2012

Victims as Idealized Citizens; Transition, Mobilisation and the Contested Past in Northern Ireland (Dynamics of Memories Research Seminar), 16 February 2012

Contesting/Contested Memories: The Holocaust in the Twenty-First Century, 9-11 February 2012

Charles Clarke - Does Prison Work?, 7 February 2012

 

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