Revolutionary Evolution in Charity

A Law School seminar
Date10 April 2018
PlaceTBC - central Melbourne

Talk by Dr Mary Synge: “'Revolutionary Evolution in Charity” in Melbourne, Australia Join alumni in Melbourne to hear from Exeter’s Dr Mary Synge in “Revolutionary Evolution in Charity” on her latest work in Charity Law. The evening will include a talk “Revolutionary Evolution in Charity” by Dr Mary Synge (Associate Professor in Law) who will be visiting Melbourne and has offered to deliver an informal talk to alumni. The talk will outline her latest research and her work setting up a Charity Law network between UK, Australian and Canadian colleagues. There will be an opportunity for questions. The event will also be a fantastic opportunity to meet with other local alumni, reconnect with old classmates and share your memories of Exeter. This event has been kindly organised by volunteers of the Melbourne alumni chapter. Time and venue for this event are due to be released, please visit this page again for updates. Biography: Dr Mary Synge is a graduate of the University of Exeter (Law 1985). Mary began her career working as a Commercial Property Solicitor at Linklaters (London), followed by freelance legal writing, before re-entering academia in 2009. Mary returned to Exeter in April 2016 as Associate Professor in Exeter’s Law School. She still finds it odd to climb the Amory steps and walk into a staff office rather than the Law Library! Connect with your alumni community: Join the Australia Alumni Facebook Page for latest alumni news and events. Have your details changed since you last heard from us? If so, please take a moment to update your details online.

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