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Newcastle Law Professor Richard Collier Kicks Off Lecture Series with Talk on Fathers’ Rights Movement

Published: October 29th, 2007

Category: News, News Briefs

Richard Collier Richard Collier (pictured left), professor of law and social theory, Newcastle University, Newcastle Law School, in the United Kingdom, kicked off the UF Center on Children & Families 2007-2008 lecture series, “Families in Transition,” Oct. 24 with his presentation, “The Fathers’ Rights Movement, Law Reform and the New Politics of Fatherhood: Reflections on the UK Experience,” in the Chesterfield Smith Ceremonial Classroom (HOL 180). Collier is the author of several books on law and fathers, fathers’ rights and legal reform, and law and masculinities. This is the first of four lectures to be presented this academic year, all of which will be open to faculty, staff and students. Angela Mae Kupenda, professor of law at Mississippi College School of Law, will present the next lecture in the series on Feb. 19, 2008.

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