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University of Dundee: Saturday Evening Lecture Series

International Crime

All lectures are held in the Dalhousie Building at 6pm. A drinks reception follows each. Free tickets will be available from,, 01382 385108 and Tower Building Reception 5th March 2016.

The use of forensic scientific evidence is becoming more impactful in cases of national and international significance. As a consequence communication at the critical interfaces between scientists, lawyers and the public has never been more important. Join our very own Professors Sue Black and Niamh NcDaeid in hosting a conversation between the renowned Dorothy Bain QC and a special guest, who will explore this topic.


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