Woolf Institute Lecture: A Talk on Censorship by Anthony Julius
The Woolf Institute Lecture Series offers us the opportunity to listen to talks by senior British academics, politicians and activists.
The second event in the 2019-20 series will take place on Thursday 13 February 2020 with a talk by Anthony Julius entitled 'On Censorship'.
Anthony Julius is a highly regarded lawyer and Deputy Chairman of Mishcon de Reya. Julius is famous for his defence of Deborah Lipstadt in the David Irving v Penguin Books trial. As a recognised academic, he holds the Chair in Law and Arts in the Faculty of Law, University College London and is a noted author who has written extensively on law, literature, art and culture. He will discuss a wide range of issues associated with censorship.
How to book
For further information, please contact Claire Curran.
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