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Abstracts and papers are available below the programme:

Programme

Session 1: September 7th 11.15 - 12.45 West Lodge

Chair: John Tribe, Kingston
1A.  Alan Paterson (Strathclyde)
       "Judges, Politics and Democracy." 
1B.  Paul Catley (University of the West of England)
  "You made me a criminal - now you must pay."
1C  Radoslaw Stech (Cardiff)
   "Access to environmental justice in England and Wales: Funding representation 
for court reviews of administrative action" 
1D Jenny Rawstone (SRA)

      "QLTS: what have the doctors ever done for us?"

Session 2: September 7th 13..45 - 15..15 West Lodge

Chair: John Tribe, Kingston

 2A.  Vincenzo Bavoso (Kingston)
         "SPV Governance and Fiduciary Duties" 
2B.   Georgina Tsagas (Queen Mary) 
        "All companies are equal, but some companies are more equal than others" An ominous fate for the 13th Directive on Takeover Bids."

Session 3 September 8th 09.30-11.00 West Lodge

Chair: John Tribe, Kingston

3A. Janet Ulph (Leicester)
     "Wrongful Dispossession of Cultural Objects: the UK Market and the Law",
3B. Charlotte Woodhead (Warwick)
     "Defining the impossible: the concept of morality in the decisions of the Spoliation Advisory Panel"
3C. Mohamed Salem Abou El Farag (Qatar University)
     "The protection of knowledge-based assets in the Arab world"
3D. Lucy Barnes (Kingston) 
      "Laughing all the way to the Bank(sy): Situating Graffiti in the Built Environment"

Session 4 September 8th 11.30-13.00 West Lodge

Chair: John Tribe, Kingston

 4a. Bridgette Clark (East Anglia)
      Arguments for and Against the Sperm Donor-Conceived Children's Rights to know Their Biological Origins"
4b. Peter de Cruz (Liverpool John Moores )
     "Motherhood, money and a Baby: Parenting in the postmodernist world?  Comparative reflections on surrogacy."
4c. Tracey E Chan (National University of Singapore) 
     "Legal and Regulatory Responses to Innovative Therapy"

Available Papers and Abstracts

“QLTS: what have the doctors ever done for us?” by Jenny Rawstorne.
SPV Governance and Fiduciary Duties by Vincenzo Bavoso.
"You made me a criminal - now you must pay." by Paul Catley.
"All companies are equal, but some companies are more equal than others" An ominous fate for the 13th Directive on Takeover Bids.” by Georgina Tsagas .
“Wrongful Dispossession of Cultural Objects: the UK Market and the Law” by Janet Ulph.
“Defining the impossible: the concept of morality in the decisions of the Spoliation Advisory Panel“ by Charlotte Woodhead.
“The protection of knowledge-based assets in the Arab world” by Mohamed Salem Abou El Farag.
“Laughing all the way to the Bank(sy): Situating Graffiti in the Built Environment” by Lucy Barnes .
Arguments for and Against the Sperm Donor-Conceived Children’s Rights to know Their Biological Origins” by Bridgette Clark.
“Motherhood, money and a Baby: Parenting in the postmodernist world? Comparative reflections on surrogacy.” by Peter de Cruz .
"Legal and Regulatory Responses to Innovative Therapy" by Tracey E Chan .