Seminar: Ticket Touts – a necessary evil

Seminar: Ticket Touts – a necessary evil

ICEL, at the School of Law, is delighted to announce a seminar on “Ticket Touts – a necessary evil”  by Professor Mark James, Manchester Law School
The seminar is worth 1.5 CPD.
 
Date: 23 May 2019
Location: A & L Goodbody Appellate Moot Court, 3rd Floor, Glucksman Library, University of Limerick
Time: 6-7.30pm with tea/coffee served from 5.30pm.
 
It is a free event and you can RSVP at Eventbrite 
 
Speaker bios:
Professor Mark James re-joined Manchester Law School in January 2016. He began his academic career at Anglia Polytechnic University on a research scholarship, examining the scope of the consent given by participants in contact sports to injury-causing challenges. His first appointment at Manchester Metropolitan University was in 1997 to lecture in criminal law and sports law and to develop its innovative MA (Sport and the Law). In 2006, Mark moved to the University of Salford to help establish the Salford Law School. During his time there, he was appointed Reader in Law, Associate Head (Research), Director of the Salford Centre of Legal Research and served two years as Head of School. From 2013 to 2015, he was Director of REF Strategy at Northumbria Law School, from where he return to MMU to take up the position of Director of Research in the Law School. Mark is one of the United Kingdom's leading experts on sports law and Olympic law.