Tunisia & Critical Legal Theory

by | 18 Jan 2012

You are warmly invited to the first Kings College, London, Law and Political Thought seminar of the next term, which will take place at 5.30pm on Thursday 19 January in the new year. Dr
Illan Rua Wall (Oxford Brookes) will be giving a paper entitled “Unworking Sovereign Consensus – Tunisia & the Critical Legal Theory of Dissensus”.

Dr Wall is a senior lecturer at Oxford Brookes University. He is a critical legal theorist, author of the recently-published Human Rights and Constituent Power and co-editor of the forthcoming collection New Critical Legal Thinking. The seminar will be held in Room S3.05 of the Strand Building, King’s College London.

Please contact Hayley Gibson (hayley DOT gibson AT kcl DOT ac DOT uk)


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