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Contempt of Court in the Age of the Internet

Location
Law Lecture Theatre 1
Category
Arts and Law
Dates
Wednesday 20th February 2013 (18:00-19:00)
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Centre for Professional Legal Education and Research

Leaders in Law CEPLER lecture series:

For the inaugural ‘Leaders in Law’ lecture, we are delighted to welcome Professor David Ormerod, Law Commissioner for Criminal Law and Evidence and Professor of Criminal Justice at Queen Mary, University of London. Professor Ormerod will speak on the subject of Contempt of Court in the Age of the Internet.

He is a member of the Education Committee of the Criminal Bar Association, sits on the Executive Council of JUSTICE and is a member of the Criminal Justice Council.

This event is open to students, academics and practitioners. Students should register on WebCT in the student intranet. Otherwise, please register your attendance by emailing cepler@contact.bham.ac.uk

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