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Following last year’s resoundingly successful inaugural lecture by Professor Andrew Ashworth, the second lecture in this series takes place on Thursday 27th November at Northumbria Law School.
The lecture will be delivered by Judge Sir David Baragwanath, President of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon, on the subject, ‘Terrorism as a Legal Concept’.
This lecture series is the result of collaboration between Ashgate publishing and the series editors of the Ashgate series: Substantive Issues in Criminal Law: Alan Reed, Northumbria University, UK and Michael Bohlander, Durham University, UK with Nicola Wake, Northumbria University, UK and Emma Smith, Northumbria University, UK.
The lecture coincides with the publication of the second title in this series: General Defences in Criminal Law.
This year’s lecture will be held in Northumbria University, Room 403, City Campus East (NE1 8ST) at 5.30pm. Entry to the lecture is free of charge, and is on a first come, first serve basis.
For further information please contact: Emma Smith, Lecturer in Law, Northumbria University.