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Prof. Gerard Quinn will be delivering his Inaugural Lecture on Personhood as a Foundation of the Western Legal Order, and its Uncertain Future in the age of Robots and Enhanced Humans.

Ann Southworth's paper will explore the influence on law and policy of the flourishing conservative legal movement in America.

This annual conference showcases research by the Centre's postgraduate community. Featuring a keynote address by Sofia Ranchordas.

Qari Asim, one of the UK's most prominent imams, will speak about the recent UK government report recommending a central religious authority which will interpret Islam in line with British values.

Miro will present on his research which explores young disabled people's experiences and views of the Disabled People's Movement.

Delia Ferri will discuss the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Italian case law.

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