Wednesday, 22 June 2016

Exploring Law and Time through Lego

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The AHRC-funded Regulating Time research network's final international conference will be held this September 8th-10th at Kent Law School. Co-ordinated by Emily Grabham (Kent Law School) and Sian Beynon-Jones (Sociology, York), it represents the culmination of a series of workshops and events which have explored the role of concepts of time in law and regulation. 

A key feature of the final conference is the use of arts-based engagements to generate cross-disciplinary dialogue. An innovative plenary session on 'Visualising Law and Time,' by Professor Amanda Perry-Kessaris, will make use of Lego to engage conference participants in reflection on the complex relationships between temporalities and regulation. For full details of the conference, and how to register, see the Regulating Time website.

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