University of Edinburgh’s Constitutional Law Discussion Group is organising Dr Michael Gordon’s Constitutional Law Seminar who is a professor of University of Liverpool and will conduct on April 10.
About the Speaker:
Mike joined the University of Liverpool in 2010. He completed his undergraduate Law degree at Queens’ College, University of Cambridge, and a PhD at the University of Manchester.
He is a regular contributor to the UK Constitutional Law Association Blog and other blogs, including Democratic Audit. Mike engages actively with parliamentary select committee inquiries in his field – his work has been cited in a number of parliamentary reports.
He has been invited to give oral evidence to the Political and Constitutional Reform Committee of the House of Commons (2013) and the Procedure Committee of the House of Commons (2017).
About the Group:
The Constitutional Law Discussion Group (CLDG) was established by PhD researchers at Edinburgh Law School to provide a structured forum for debate on constitutional issues in the Law School, between postgraduate researchers and staff members.
The Group operates with support from the Edinburgh Centre for Constitutional Law.
April 10; 3-5 pm
This event is free, open to all and no registration is required.
For the Official Website, click here.
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