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Woolf Institute Lecture Series: Anthony Julius: On Censorship

13th February, 2020 @ 17:00 - 19:00

K C Shasha Suite

Overview

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.

This is an open event. Book your place at Eventbrite.



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