Tag Archives: law

Taming the beast: a new book on internet pron

Would you like to know: – Which bodily fluids Facebook allow you to view – and why you may view some fluids as cartoon but not as photo? – Where the Director of Public Prosecutions keeps his dirty postcard collection? … Continue reading

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Event: Queer Perspectives on Law – Sharing Reflections

This is a public event, taking place on 13 May, from 09:00 to 17:30. Venue is Russell Square, SOAS College Buildings, Room G3, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, WC1H OXG London, United Kingdom Its organized by Professors Aeyal Gross (Tel-Aviv/SOAS) & … Continue reading

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Not quite so mad Max

As far as the detailed legal analysis of Max Mosley’s lost case in Strasbourg today, I’ll bow to the greater wisdom of David Green, writing today in the New Statesman. As he points out, far from the Mosley reversal being … Continue reading

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Event: Interrogating (In)Equality

This is an interdisciplinary postgraduate & early career scholars conference in the broad area of law,gender and sexuality Call for Papers Much law, gender and sexuality research deals with issues of equality: arguing for legal and social equality for lesbian, … Continue reading

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