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Podcasts from the School of Law

Listen to audio recordings of events and public lectures at the School of Law, Queen Mary University of London.

21 June 2016
Art, Crime and Criminals
Workshop 1: Painting Fresh Pictures of Art Theft, Fraud and Plunder

16 June 2016
Cracking law
QMUL Cracking Law Episode 1 - EU Law - Dr Thomas MacManus and Nicolas Raufast

31 March 2016
2016 Centre for Law and Society in a Global Context
CLSGC Annual Lecture on 'Mare Nostrum: International Law, Spatial Order, and the Mediterranean' by Professor Anne Orford

23 March 2016
2016 Centre for Law and Society in a Global Context
CLSGC Policy Lecture: 'The Politics of Climate Change Negotiation’ by Dr Dan Bondi Ogolla

16 March 2016
2016 Annual Cotterrell Lecture
The Second Annual Cotterrell Lecture in Sociological Jurisprudence: Professor Eve Darian-Smith

19 February 2016
2016 Centre for Law and Society in a Global Context
Ad Hoc Seminar by Dr Chloe Kennedy

28 January 2016
2016 Centre for Law and Society in a Global Context
CLSGC Policy Lecture: 'Sexual, Gender and Bodily Diversity in the Inter-American Human Rights System' by Tracy Robinson

27 January 2016
2016 Criminal Justice Centre
CJC Seminar Series: 'Current Challenges in European Criminal Law' - Professor Stefano Manacorda

20 January 2016
2016 Criminal Justice Centre
CJC Seminar Series: 'Current Challenges in European Criminal Law' - Professor Emilio de Capitani and Professor Roberto Kostoris

17 November 2015
2015 Human Rights Collegium
Lost Journeys: The Stories of Child Refugees

13 November 2015
2015 Centre for European and International Legal Affairs
CEILA Inaugural Lecture by Advocate General Maciej Szpunar

6 November 2015
2015 QLLM082 Regulation of Financial Markets
Lecture by Professor Charles Goodhart

15 June 2015
2015 GLOCUL: Centre for Law and Culture
GLOCUL: Book Launch - Muslim Families, Politics and the Law: A Legal Industry in Multicultural Britain

28 May 2015
2015 Annual Cotterrell Lecture
The Cotterrell Lecture in Sociological Jurisprudence: Professor Brian Tamanaha

7 May 2015
2015 Criminal Justice Centre
CJC Annual Lecture: Rashida Manjoo, UN Special Rapporteur on Violence Against Women

12 March
2015 Criminal Justice Centre
CJC Seminar: 'The Consequences of the Data Retention Judgement for Mass Surveillance'

05 February 2015
2015 Human Rights Collegium
Judge Paul Mahoney: ‘The Changing Face of the European Court of Human Rights’

04 December 2014
2014 Human Rights Collegium
'To Remember and Never Forget': The Story of Holocaust Survivor Hannah Lewis

27 November
2014 Institute of Global Law Economics and Finance (IGLEF)
Rule of Law and International Investments in the ASEAN Region

17 January 2014
2014 Banking Law
Graham Nicholson, Bank of England, 'The role and responsibility of the Bank of England under the post-crisis regulatory framework'

12-13 April 2013
2013 UK IVR Annual Conference
Legal Theory and Legal History: A Neglected Dialogue?
7 March 2013
Human Rights Collegium 2013
The Right to Housing: Law, Concepts, Possibilities
5 March 2013
Human Rights Collegium 2013
Confessions of a Judicial Activist, Justice Albie Sachs
14 February 2013
Herchel Smith Intellectual Property lecture 2013
Graham Dutfield: Did Kary Mullis 'Really' Invent the Polymerase Chain Reaction
6 December 2012
2012 Public Law Lecture
Neil Walker 'Our Constitutional Unsettlement'
4 September 2012
RELIGARE Conference 2012
Unregistered Marriages and Alternative Dispute Resolution in European Legal Systems
16 May 2012
Professor Lizzie Barmes' Inaugural Lecture
'Law and Other Stories About Behavioural Conflict at Work'
9 June 2011
Criminal Justice Centre Conference
'The Future of Expert Evidence'
23 March 2011
Professor Rosa M Lastra's Inaugural Lecture:
‘The Quest for International Financial Regulation’
16 March 2011
2011 Butterworths Lecture on Law and Society:
'The Changing Nature of the Judicial Process' by Rabinder Singh QC
8 March 2011
International Women's Day 1911 - 2011 - Professor Kate Malleson
Professor Kate Malleson talks about the triumphs and struggles of British women in the legal sphere in the last 100 years, and the ongoing fight for gender equality.
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