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School of Law

New scholars celebrated with lecture series

23 September 2016 | Peter Edwards

New scholars celebrated with lecture series

School of Law - Inaugural Lectures 2016

After recently appointing a number of new Scholars the School of Law is hosting a series of inaugural lectures to mark their arrival in Leeds.

The School has seen an exceptional growth over the past two academic years, appointing over 20 new academics including 8 new Chairs across its research Centres and groups.

Professor Alastair Mullis, Head of School, said:

‘We have been immensely fortunate to attract some extraordinary scholars to our community in the last year and our series of inaugural lectures offers an excellent opportunity to hear about their work. This is an exciting time to be at Leeds and we hope very much that you will join us in celebrating the arrival of our new colleagues over the coming year.

These lectures are free to attend and open to all staff and students of the University. As demand is expected to be high we are asking people to register in advance. 

Professor Rita De La Feria

VAT Anti-fraud Policy, Third Party Liability, and the Rule of Law

Thursday 06 October 5.00pm

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Professor Oliver Lewis

Disabling Legal Barriers

Thursday 3 November 5pm

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Michael Stein

Disability Social Rights

Tuesday 15 November 5.00pm

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Professor Elies Van Sliedregt

Joint Criminal Confusion - the rise and fall of the joint enterprise theory in English and international criminal law

Thursday 1 December 5pm

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For further information please contact lawmso@leeds.ac.uk

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