Dr Ying Yu, Head of the FLJS Consumer Rights in China Programme
Dr Ying Yu, Head of the FLJS Consumer Rights in China Programme (who gave a presentation at the event, as did Prof Denis Galligan, who can be seen third from left in this picture)
One of the questions that will be raised by Stephen Tierney, Professor of Constitutional Theory, University of Edinburgh, at the FLJS Hilary term lecture on 2 March 2016
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