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Global Legal Studies Reading Group - November

Senior Common Room - Law Building
Arts and Law, Research
Wednesday 7th November 2018 (14:00-16:00)
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  • Sophie Boyron, “The migration of constitutional concepts: learning from translation ‘curios’”
  • Sharifah Sekalala (Warwick), “Examining Legislative Challenges to Tobacco Control Legislation in Developing Countries “

Our main Global Legal Studies activities currently revolve around our reading group which meets monthly during term. The meetings are formulated to allow everyone to speak on their research activities, with questions and discussion arising and suggestions welcomed. Within each group meeting, we concentrate engagement with two pre-circulated research outputs in draft form. The range of outputs varies from research proposals, to book chapters, bullet points of research ideas and full draft articles.

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