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Professor Brookbanks Lecture: International Development in Fitness to Plead

Northumbria Law School, City Campus East

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The Leverhulme Trust Lecture Series

Professor Warren Brookbanks Lecture, International Development in Fitness to Plead 

Date: Wednesday 10 January 2018 

Time: 5.30pm - 7.30pm (Refreshments from 5.30pm)

Location: Northumbria Law School, City Campus East, Fourth Floor Harvard Theatre 403 and Corporate Hub

 

 

 

To book a space, please complete the form below, for queries email nu.events@northumbria.ac.uk

This is part of The Leverhulme Trust Lecture Series. To find out more about Professor Brookbank's visiting professorship and Northumbria Law School's award from The Leverhulme Trust click here.

View the full Professor Brookbanks Lecture Series here.

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Event Details

Northumbria Law School, City Campus East
Fourth Floor Harvard Theatre 403 and Corporate Hub
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 2SU


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