Dr Giannoulopoulos and Dr Makarov explore DNA from an interdisciplinary point of view, in a lecture that brought together law students taking Evidence and Biosciences students taking Methods in Forensic Investigation.
Ian Walden, Queen Mary, University of London, "Porn, Pipes and the State: Censoring Internet ContentWednesday 10 November 2010 11am Hamilton Building, Newton North
The Centre for International and Public Law (CIPL) and the Intellectual Property, Media and Internet Research Group (IPMIRG) were pleased to welcome Professor Ian Walden to Brunel Law School in November. Ian’s speech sheds light on interesting questions related to the freedom of the speech on the internet...
Paulette Morris delivered a paper at the Knowledge Exchange - Helpline Workshop at the University of Edinburgh in June 2010With a focus on managing mediation help lines, the title of this presentation was 'They're unreasonable and I don't want to'. The paper was concerned with conflict between parents and teenagers (sixteen and seventeen year olds) and focused on the initial telephone calls with each of them.
A special CIPL presentation by Anees Ahmed: Prosecuting the crimes of the Khmer Rouge: Challenges for the prosecution
Anees Ahmed - Senior Assistant Prosecutor at the UN-assisted Khmer Rouge Tribunal (Cambodia).
Date: Thursday 15 April 2010 at 4 pm
Venue: Room 159/160 Marie Jahoda Building
Dr Peter Petkoff presented a paper on Oriental Canonical Collections at the first of four AHRC-funded Colloquia, 30 – 31 March 2010, Robinson College, Cambridge.
The famous Keyhole at the Villa of the Knights of Malta on Aventino in Rome.
Oxford University's Programme in Comparative Media Law and Policy have invited Dr Manisuli S to serve as a Judge at their 3rd Monroe E Price International Media Law Moot Court Competition. The oral finals will be held at Oxford University between 24 and 27 March 2010 and Dr Manisuli S will be serving as a Judge on 25 and 26 March.