‘Comparative Studies of Law and Society: Are Global Social Indicators Contestable?
The Security and Justice Research Group, the Centre for Criminal Justice Studies and the School of Law at the University of Leeds are pleased to announce a lunchtime seminar.
Comparative Studies of Law and Society: Are Global Social Indicators Contestable?
- By Professor David Nelken of the University of Macetera and the University of Oxford.
This event is co-sponsored by the Security and Justice Group, the Centre for Criminal Justice Studies and the School of Law, University of Leeds.
David Nelken (PHD, LLD, Cambridge) taught philosophy of law, sociology of law and criminology at Edinburgh University and University College, London before moving to Italy in 1989. He is currently Distinguished Professor of Sociology at the University of Macerata, Italy, and Visiting Professor at Oxford University's Centre of Criminology (where he teaches a course on Comparative Criminal Justice).
Widely published, Professor Nelken is an Academician of the UK Academy of Social Sciences, received a Distinguished Scholar Award from the American Sociological Association in 1985, the 'Sellin- Glueck' international scholarship Award from the American Society of Criminology in 2009, the 'Podgorecki' award of the International Sociological Association in 2009, and the 'International Scholar award' from the Law and Society Association in 2013.
Please RSVP Julia Ishola on 0113 3432711 or J.H.Ishola@leeds.ac.uk
School of Law
University of Leeds
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