ESLJ Volume 12
This issue is now available and a number of items have been added.
Employee in a Cage? Olivia De Havilland, Warner Bros. Pictures, and the ‘Limit Case’ of Star Employment.
Social Media, Harassment and Freedom of Speech – Panel Discussion and Q and A
As Seen On TV: Public Law Explained Through Popular Culture - Conference Review
ESLJ Volume 11
This issue is now live and articles are being added iteratively through the year. Items published to date:
The Law Relating to Brazilian Sports Fans: An Introduction for a British Audience
Celebrity Adjudication: Comparative Analyses of United States Verdict Rates for Celebrity Defendants
An Ethnography of English Football Fans: Cans, Cops and Carnivals By Geoff Pearson
The first list of seminars for 2013 from the Centre for the Study of Law Society and Popular Culture have now been announced. If anyone would like to attend any of these, and who is not either a member of staff or student at the University of Westminster, please contact Guy Osborn.