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The role of law in reforming the global financial system

On 25th February 2016, The City Law School will host the panel discussion: “Reforming the City through, by or in spite of Law? Exploring Legal and Anthropological Perspectives on Banking and Finance”.
by John Stevenson (Senior Communications Officer)

The City Law School will be hosting a panel discussion on 25th February 2016 involving anthropologists and legal experts to discuss banking and finance in the aftermath of the 2008 global financial crash.

The event, “Reforming the City through, by or in spite of Law? Exploring Legal and Anthropological Perspectives on Banking and Finance”, takes place at 6:15pm in Room A130 of City University London's College Building, St John Street, EC1V 4PB.

The panel will comprise anthropologist and journalist Joris Luyendijk, author of ‘Swimming with Sharks – My Journey into the World of Bankers’; Dr Giuliano Castellano, Assistant Professor of Law at Warwick University; and, Brett Scott, anthropologist, author and former broker.

The panel will be introduced and chaired, respectively, by City Law School academics, Dr Luke McDonagh and Dr Elaine Fahey.

This free event will be followed by a wine reception in Room AG07B.

Please register to attend the panel discussion using this weblink.

Definition
Anthropology

Anthropology is the science that deals with the origins, physical and cultural development, biological characteristics, and social customs and beliefs of humankind.

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