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Circumcision Podcast - Sam Hill, Ed Saracino, Kiah York, Ben Perry, Nadi Choudhury
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12/7/2015 11:43:26 AM
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Court Watching – Will we see Justice?
Frank Dawtry Memorial Lecture 2017 2017 marks the 30th anniversary of the Centre for Criminal Justice Studies. The Frank Dawtry Memorial Lecture marks the first in a series of exciting events organised to commemorate the Centre’s anniversary. The Centre was established in 1987 to pursue research into criminal justice systems and criminological issues. It has since grown to become one of the leading criminological centres of its genre with an established international profile. Vera Baird is a criminal law QC, was a Member of Parliament and Minister in the Labour government and was in 2007 appointed Solicitor General - the House of Common's most senior law officer. As Solicitor General, she was particularly involved in criminal justice policy and legislation, especially on gender and equality policies.
Dame Vera Baird DBE QC
2/24/2017 11:19:20 AM
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Critically compare the legal issues raised by male and female circumcision
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12/7/2015 5:49:11 PM
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Critically compare the legal issues raised by male and female circumcision
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12/7/2015 5:40:03 PM
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Final Presentation
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12/3/2016 12:43:14 PM
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Fiona Smith Inaugural Lecture
Professor Fiona Smith delivers her Inaugural Lecture on Brexit as Trade Governance. Abstract On 29th March 2017, the UK Prime Minister, Theresa May, gave notice to the European Council President, Donald Tusk, of the UK’s intention to leave the European Union (EU). The UK is now engaged in complex discussions with the EU to determine the terms of the withdrawal agreement and the UK-EU trade relationship after Brexit. Whatever its final form, the EU-UK trade agreement must conform to the World Trade Organisation (WTO) rules and be acceptable to the other WTO member states. The WTO rules are only partial, however, and were not designed to facilitate the withdrawal of a state from a regional trade agreement, the consequent contraction of an area of previously liberalised trade nor the potential (re)emergence of ‘protectionist’ trade barriers. The EU-UK trade agreement must transcend this problem by creating legally binding trade rules in an otherwise vacant multilateral legal space. At the same time, the EU-UK trade agreement will also redefine the terms on which third country WTO members trade with the EU. This occurs because preferential trade terms enjoyed by third countries with the EU cease to exist when they are reallocated to the UK alone and the intrinsic value of those preferential trade terms changes after BREXIT. The scale of the change means BREXIT represents a reordering of the terms of trade both between the EU and non-EU WTO members. In this paper, I explore the idea that this rule creation and reordering of trade relations is a new form of trade governance that reinvigorates the multilateral rule-making project in the WTO.
Prof Fiona Smith
10/31/2018 5:00:45 PM
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Group 24 Presentation
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12/3/2015 6:47:18 PM
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Group 3
Group 3 presentation
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12/8/2015 10:00:44 AM
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Group 30 Final Presentation
Presented by Sabrina Mahmood, Kirandeep Dhillon, Zaib Un-Nisa Shazhad, Ayesha Haq and Sonya Mehmood
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12/4/2016 3:11:43 PM
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Group 33 Presentation
Critically discuss the idea of the liberal legal subject with reference to the social model of disability
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12/4/2016 2:19:18 PM
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Group 40 Presentation
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12/7/2015 6:21:17 PM
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Group 48
Question 4: ‘Prostituted women are victims of sex/gender inequality, which is a system of male power. This perspective is reflected and embodied in the law.’ Critically discuss this feminist perspective on sex work/prostitution and the law in relation to at least one other feminist perspective covered in the module.
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12/7/2015 11:06:51 PM
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Group 55 Law and Society Presentation
Group Presentation for Law & Society Critically discussing the idea of the liberal legal subject with reference to the social model of disability. Created by Lee Rushby, Cait Gomersall, Sukhbir Kaur. Khizra Malik & Conor McCabe.
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12/5/2016 9:11:51 PM
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group37 Assessed presentation
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12/9/2015 3:35:18 AM
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IPS project Glasgow invite described
IPS project Glasgow recruitment with audio description
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8/4/2020 11:34:48 AM
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IPS Project Introduction video
Introducing IPS Project video
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5/11/2020 10:22:35 AM
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IPS Project Recruitment video with Audio
Recruitment video for IPS Project with audio description
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2/5/2020 2:17:13 PM
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Law & Society Group 24
Assessed presentation in the form of an interview
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12/7/2015 10:07:31 PM
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Law & Society Group 24 (3)
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12/8/2015 12:06:32 PM
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Law & Society Group Presentation 25
Alysha Smith, Isabelle Cernis, Aarti Chadda, Ben Palmer and Hannah Dowd
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12/7/2015 12:19:22 PM
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Law & Society Presentation, Group 40
This collective work of Angharad Roberts, Grace Faint, Millie Bailey, Caitlin Healey & Charlotte Mitchell
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12/6/2015 6:50:47 PM
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LAW 2620 - Law and Society (Group 49)
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12/10/2016 9:31:03 PM
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Law and Society
Group 3
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12/7/2015 3:33:33 PM
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Law and Society
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12/7/2015 10:10:59 AM
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Law and Society Assessed Presentation - Group 16
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12/6/2016 10:11:46 AM
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Law and Society Assessed Presentation (Group 23)
Critically compare the legal issues raised by male and female circumcision. Lim Wen Huei Lea Leong Nathan Ting Larry Goh Tai Kean Lynn
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12/8/2015 1:25:04 PM
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Law and Society Group 24
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12/3/2015 12:38:29 PM
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law and society group 3.mp4
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12/7/2015 3:49:47 PM
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Law and Society Group Presentation
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12/4/2015 10:14:06 AM
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Law and Society Group Presentation 25
Ben Palmer, Aarti Chadda, Isabelle Cernis, Hannah Dowd and Alysha Smith
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12/7/2015 12:33:32 PM
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Law and Society Presentation
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12/7/2015 10:24:04 AM
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Law and Society Presentation
Law and Society assessed group presentation. Question - Critically discuss the idea of the liberal legal subject, with reference to practices of genital cutting. Group 38.
Mr Richard Munro
12/5/2016 12:09:42 PM
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Law and Society Presentation
Question 3 - Prostitution/Sex Work
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12/8/2015 11:03:07 AM
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Law and Society Presentation (Group 23)
Male and Female Circumcision Critically compare the legal issues raised by male and female circumcision WenHuei Lim KeanLynn Tai Nathan Ting Larry Goh Lea Leong
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12/8/2015 12:33:57 PM
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Law and Society Presentation (Group 23)
Male and Female Circumcision Critically compare the legal issues raised by male and female circumcision WenHuei Lim KeanLynn Tai Nathan Ting Larry Goh Lea Leong
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12/8/2015 1:09:26 PM
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Law and Society Presentation Group 24
Circumcision
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12/4/2015 10:25:28 AM
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Law and Society Presentation Group 24 Circumcision Question
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12/6/2015 2:13:49 PM
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Law and Society Presentation: Question 2
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12/6/2015 10:56:59 PM
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LAW2620 Law & Society - Video Presentation (Group 9)
LAW2620 Law & Society Video presentation for Group 9
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11/29/2016 10:47:03 PM
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Legal issues surrounding male and female circumcision presentation
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12/8/2015 10:27:20 PM
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Masters and research experience at the School of Law
An overview of the masters and research experience in the School of Law at the University of Leeds. Inspired thinking, global impact.
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6/13/2017 9:07:25 AM
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Order, Conflict Resolution and Crime - Centre for Criminal Justice Studies Annual Lecture 2018 - Professor Philip Stenning
The Centre of Criminal Justice Studies, University of Leeds was delighted to welcome Professor Philip Stenning, Honorary Professor, University KwaZulu-Natal, Durban & Adjunct Professor Griffith Criminology Institute. Prof. Stenning talk concerned "Order, conflict resolution and crime: re-thinking the role of the state in the 21st Century" and will be of interest to anyone with an interest in criminal justice studies, law, politics, social contract theory, citizen rights, human rights, governance, crime and disorder. Abstract In 1651, Thomas Hobbes, in his book Leviathan, argued in favour of all men [sic.] surrendering their exclusive, inherent right to govern themselves to a ruler or “Assembly of Men”, as the only way of avoiding a “war of all against all”, in which life is “poor, nasty, brutish and short”. Since then, the state has increasingly claimed a monopoly over the legitimate use of force, and the right to make laws against crimes against the state, persons and property, and to establish criminal justice institutions to enforce them. In this talk I briefly trace the history of this liberal democratic idea of the relationship between the citizen and the state in the governance of crime and disorder, through the 18th, 19th and 20th Centuries, to the early years of the 21st century. I then consider, in light of the current state of crime and the criminal justice system in Britain, the arguments that have been raised during the last 50 years or so, suggesting that the time may have come to reconsider the ‘social contract’ that was advocated by thinkers such as Hobbes, John Locke and Jean-Jacques Rousseau, particularly as it applies to the role of the state with respect to the governance of crime and disorder. I pose the question as to whether the role of the state in this respect has exceeded reasonable and rational limits, and if so, how it might best be ‘rolled back’ in favour of greater citizens’ responsibility and participation with respect to addressing threats against their safety and security.
Prof Philip Stenning, onorary Professor, University KwaZulu-Natal, Durban & Adjunct Professor Griffith Criminology Institute
7/12/2018 2:51:00 PM
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Parole and Prison Controversies – what should happen now? - Prof. Nick Hardwick (Royal Holloway) - Frank Dawtry Memorial Lecture 2018
Parole and Prison Controversies – what should happen now? The Centre for Criminal Justice Studies is delighted that this year’s Frank Dawtry Memorial lecture was delivered by Professor Nick Hardwick, Professor of Criminal Justice, Royal Holloway, University of London. Professor Nick Hardwick, Professor in Criminal Justice at the School of Law, Royal Holloway University of London, was formerly Chair of the Parole Board. From 2010 to 2016 he was HM Chief Inspector of Prisons and from 2003 to 2010 was the first Chair of the Independent Police Complaints Commission. The first half of his career was in the voluntary sector working with young offenders for the National Association for the Care and Resettlement of Offenders (NACRO), young homeless people for Centrepoint and refugees and asylum seekers for the Refugee Council. He is the voluntary Chair of New Horizon Youth Centre and a trustee of Prisoners Abroad.
Prof Nick Hardwick, Royal Holloway. Prof. Hardwick delivered the 2018 Frank Dawtry Memorial Lecture.
5/22/2018 9:29:48 AM
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PRACTICE
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12/6/2015 9:01:06 PM
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Presentation
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12/7/2015 2:56:34 PM
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Presentation 47 (LAW2620-LAW&SOCIETY)
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12/8/2016 10:41:46 AM
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Presentation, Group 50, Question 2
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12/7/2015 11:53:34 AM
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The LLS and SMD
Critically discussing the Liberal Legal Subject with reference to the Social Model of Disability by Hannah Smith, Katie Hornsey, Lauren White, Therese Hui and Winston Chui
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12/2/2016 1:02:54 PM
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The undergraduate experience at the School of Law
A snapshot of the undergraduate experience when you study a qualifying law degree or criminal justice and criminology in the School of Law at the University of Leeds. Our passion, your future.
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6/13/2017 9:00:36 AM
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VAT Anti-fraud Policy, Third Party Liability, and the Rule of Law
The inaugural lecture of Professor Rita de la Feria. The size of VAT fraud across Europe is said to be extremely high. It is therefore unsurprising that the last few years have seen a strengthening of VAT anti-fraud policy across most Member States, with an upsurge in both legislative and administrative measures adopted at both national and EU level. These measures have essentially taken two forms, namely measures to combat the VAT fraud and evasion phenomenon, and measures to counter the costs of VAT fraud. Amongst the later are measures focussing primarily on the transfer of liability to third parties, and their responsabilisation for the enforcement of the tax law. Anti-fraud policy appears to be no longer regarded solely as a deterrent or as a form of punishment, but as an additional source of revenue, or a compensatory measure for the revenue lost through fraud. These developments are evidence of a significant shift in VAT anti-fraud, motivated by public finance concerns; a shift from crime suppression to crime management.
Professor Rita de la Feria
2/24/2017 10:23:50 AM
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