Law Taster Lecture (Fully Booked)
‘A person is killed – when is it murder?’
The talk will examine how the law has developed to deal with situations where death has occurred but that may not have been the desire or intention of the perpetrator e.g. Someone pours petrol through a letterbox and lights it, causing the house to catch fire. The perpetrator just wanted to scare the occupiers but someone dies – is it murder?
We look forward to welcoming current Year 12 and Year 13 who are interested in studying Law.
If you are a school teacher and would like to bring a bigger group, then please email us on email@example.com for group bookings.
Time: Please arrive from 18.15. The event itself will start at 18.30 and finish at 19.30.
Location: New College of the Humanities
Lecturer: Philip Hunter