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Super Relaxed Seminar Programme 2019/20

The political significance of Miller

9 October - Dimitrios Tsarapatsanis (York)
3.30pm in LMB/128/129 - Law and Management Building, Campus East
Refreshments served afterwards


Towards a unified understanding of political obligation

16 October - Alex Green (Hong Kong University)
3.30pm in LMB/128/129 - Law and Management Building, Campus East
Refreshments served afterwards


The material study of the constitution

23 October - Marco Goldoni (Glasgow)
3.30pm in LMB/128/129 - Law and Management Building, Campus East
Refreshments served afterwards


Neutrality in the workplace: criticizing the CJEU

30 October - Ioanna Tourkochoriti (NUI Galway)
3.30pm in LMB/128/129 - Law and Management Building, Campus East
Refreshments served afterwards


Lawyer wellbeing: the roles of employers and educators

20 November - Nigel Jones (PDF , 1,891kb) (Executive Coach; Co-Founder and Advisory Group Chair, City Mental Health Alliance; former partner, Linklaters LLP)
3.30pm in LMB/128/129 - Law and Management Building, Campus East
Refreshments served afterwards


(TBA) (cancelled)

4 December - Lawrence McNamara (York) TBA
3.30pm in LMB/128/129 - Law and Management Building, Campus East


Witnessing legal reproduction: watching repeal of Ireland’s eighth amendment

15 January - Ruth Fletcher (Queen Mary)
3.30pm in LMB/128/129 - Law and Management Building, Campus East
Refreshments served afterwards


The impact of Brexit on the governance and functioning of EU agencies

22 January - Annalisa Volpato (Maastricht University)
3.30pm in LMB/128/129 - Law and Management Building, Campus East
Refreshments served afterwards


Vicarious punishment: vicarious liability for exemplary damages?

29 January - Philip Morgan (York)
3.30pm in LMB/128/129 - Law and Management Building, Campus East
Refreshments served afterwards


A tale of two norms: locating the responsibility to protect Syrian refugees in UNHCR and the UK

11 February - (York)
4.30 to 6pm in LMB/128/129 - Law and Management Building, Campus East
Refreshments served afterwards


Lineages of authoritarian liberalism (cancelled due to industrial action)

11 March - Michael Wilkinson (LSE)
3.30pm in LMB/128/129 - Law and Management Building, Campus East
Refreshments served afterwards