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Inequality and the Rule of Law: The Inaugural Social Science and Law Interdisciplinary Conference (SSLIC)

SSLIC explores the interface between law and the social sciences. The inaugural SSLIC will address inequality and the rule of law in the global north and the rising powers.
When Mar 02, 2018 02:00 AM to
Mar 03, 2018 06:00 AM
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SSLIC explores the interface between law and the social sciences. The inaugural SSLIC will address inequality and the rule of law in the global north and the rising powers. The conference will include panels on: developments in the rule of law in China; innovations in law and economics that could improve understanding of inequality; the role of technology in causing (or preventing) inequality; inequality and public policy in Britain, with particular reference to Brexit; and the impact of financial and political power differentials on elections. The inaugural SSLIC will include speakers from Columbia Law School, Emory Law School, the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and universities across the UK.

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The conference is free of charge; please register via an email to Rachel Wagstaff (r.wagstaff@cbr.cam.ac.uk). Lunch on 3 March 2018 is free to all attendees; please indicate in your email if you have any special dietary requirements.

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