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Fight, flight, freeze … or lie? Rethinking the principles of res gestae evidence in light of its revival

15 November @ 6:00 pm

Speaker: Ruth Coffey (Yale)

The aim of the Criminal Law and Criminal Justice Theory Forum is to provide a platform for interdisciplinary dialogue on the criminal law and the criminal justice system. Its members and affiliates (mainly from LSE Law School but also other LSE Departments and institutions) conduct research on various aspects of criminal law and criminal justice from a variety of methodological standpoints (moral, political and social theory, criminology, anthropology, epistemology etc.).

Ruth Coffey
Ruth Coffey

Details

Date:
15 November
Time:
6:00 pm
Event Category:

Organizer

Federico Picinali
Email:
F.Picinali@lse.ac.uk
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Venue

Vera Anstey Room (VAR)
First floor, Old Building, Houghton Street, LSE WC2A 2AE United Kingdom + Google Map