Prof. Gordon Woodman. © University of Birmingham
11/09/2017

We are deeply saddened by the death, on 24 October, of Gordon Woodman, professor of law at Birmingham University. Prof. Woodman, among other things, was an expert on law in Africa, especially in Ghana, and on the legal situation of Africans in the UK. He participated in workshops at the IISL and his work was published within the Oñati International Series in Law and Society (Hart-Bloomsbury); for example, in M.C. Foblets and T.

El profesor Gordon Woodman. © University of Birmingham
11/09/2017

Lamentamos profundamente el fallecimiento de Gordon Woodman, profesor de Derecho de la Universidad de Birmingham. Era experto en derecho de África, especialmente de Ghana, y en la situación legal de los africanos en el Reino Unido. Participó en workshops del IISJ de Oñati y en subsiguientes publicaciones de Oñati International Series in Law and Society (Hart-Bloomsbury); por ejemplo, en M.C. Foblets and T. von Trotha, eds., 2004, Healing the Wounds.

Mestre, Ruth

Ruth M. Mestre i Mestre is member of the Institut de drets humans de la Universitat de València and academic director of the legal clinic program. She holds a PHD in Law from the University of Valencia, and she is master in sociology of law (IISJ-Oñati) and master in legal theory (Académie Eiuropéene de theorie du droit, Brussels). She has been Marie-Curie fellow at the Centre for research in ethnic relations at the University of Warwick (UK).

University: 
Universidad Externado de Colombia
Fecha de llegada: 
Tuesday, January 2, 2018 to Friday, January 19, 2018

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