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Professor Marie Fox invited to join new EuroGroup for Animal Law Studies

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Birmingham's Chair of Socio-legal Studies was invited to attend the inaugural meeting of a new Euro Group for Animal Law Studies (EGALS) promoting the advancement of AnimalLaw Studies and Research.
Date:
30/04/2013
Lords miss the point on the ageing debate

Lords miss the point on the ageing debate

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Article at public-service-co.uk discsses House of Lords Select Committee report Ready for Ageing and the Birmingham Policy Commission, Healthy Ageing in the 21st Century, chaired by Professor Jean McHale
Date:
24/04/2013

Professor Marie Fox's article on Male Circumcision wins 2013 SLSA prize

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Article on Male Circumcision co-authored by Birmingham Law School's Professor of Socio-Legal Studies wins 2013 SLSA Article prize
Date:
17/04/2013
AHRC funds interdisciplinary seminars in Health Law

AHRC funds interdisciplinary seminars in Health Law

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The two events, "Law and Regulation of New Health Technologies: Religion, Faith, belief and the scientific imperative: reconciling the irreconcilable?" and "Conscientious Objection" will feature invited speakers and participants from a range of disciplines and interest groups.
Date:
17/04/2013

Professor Jean McHale leads Birmingham Policy Commission: Healthy Ageing in the 21st Century

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Professor of Health Care Law is leading (with Professor Heather Draper) the third Birmingham Policy Commission, which is exploring how good ageing in a multi-cultural society is defined. It will look in particular at how good health in later life can be promoted.
Date:
28/03/2013
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Postgraduate reading group with Professor Martha Fineman, Emory University

Postgraduate reading group with Professor Martha Fineman, Emory University
Date
11/09/2014
Description
Professor Fineman will be discussing selected extracts of her work, which notably addresses complex and boundary-transcending themes of human vulnerability and resilience.
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