Guest speaker Dr Megan O'Neill is a Reader at the University of Dundee and is an Associate Director of the Scottish Institute for Policing Research.
Free Speech as Civic Structure: A Comparative Analysis of How Courts and Culture – Not Constitutional Text – Shape the Freedom of Speech
Guest speaker Ronald Krotoszynsk discusses that most people assume that words matter – that legal language can constrain both government actors and citizens alike.
A recent fall in the labour share of income in some countries has stirred debate on monopsony and the market power of employers to reduce workers’ wages or working conditions below competitive levels.
The School of Law of the University of Leeds is pleased to announce its annual one-day PGR Conference, to be held on 01 May.
Guest speaker Rochelle Cooper Dreyfus is the Pauline Newman Professor of Law, New York University School of Law and Arthur Goodhart Visiting Professor in Legal Science, University of Cambridge.
The workshop will bring together leading researchers from health, law, social policy, and human geography to provoke critical and radical thinking on the challenges facing social care.
- One day event
- Reoccuring events