Here you can find details of the York Law School's Super-relaxed seminar series, which I convene.
Daniel Muzio (York Management SchooI)
'Bad apples, bad barrels and bad cellars: A "boundaries" perspective on professional misconduct'
Jed Meers (York)
'Pubs, "vertical drinking" and the regulation of vice'.
Bernadette Richards (Adelaide)
'Technology and health law: Liability, responsibility and the future'.
Mark Hertogh (Groningen)
'The dog that does not bark: Legal consciousness and legal alienation in everyday life'.
David Fox (Edinburgh)
'Cryptocurrency transactions and the exclusion of property law'.
Charlotte Ellis (York)
'Conceptual theories in law'.
Kenneth Armstrong (Cambridge)
'After the meaningful vote: Where next for Brexit?'.
Penney Lewis (KCL)
'Assisted dying and legal change revisited'.
Michael Dougan (Liverpool)
'Taking a stroll through the Brexit Shambles'.
Dimitrios Tsarapatsanis (York)
'Reading the ECHR politically'.
*All seminars run 1530-1700. LMB/128/129 in Term 1, LMB/ 139/140 in Term 2.