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Information for the Media
Lancaster University Law School staff have a huge range of expertise on legal and constitutional issues. Most are happy to comment to the press, radio and television, and some have significant media experience. Lancaster University also has state of the art television and radio studios on site.
If you are seeking an expert to comment on any new legal development or on the legal aspects of constitutional developments, the School is likely to be able to offer someone suitable. The following list covers some of the main areas of public interest and members of staff willing to comment on them - the links take you to the individual's page in the Information about Staff section of the site. You can return at any time by clicking on the Media link, or using your browser's back button.
Business and trade law
Constitutional law and local government law (see also European law)
Consumer law and sale of goods law
Criminology, policing, the criminal justice system, prisons and punishment
Defamation and privacy law
Equality law (including sex, sexuality, race, age and disability issues)
Genocide (see Human Rights, and International Law below)
Human Rights (including genocide)
Medical law (including medical and bio-ethics, abortion, euthanasia, experimentation on humans and animals, the NHS, private medicine)
War and the armed forces (legal issues regarding)
If none of the above categories seems to fit, please contact the School's Publicity Officer, Dr Mark Butler, for further assistance.
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