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DescriptionCorrespondence between Prof. Kevin Boyle and others relating to Boyle's time as a visiting scholar at La Trobe University. Letters include from Boyle to Prof. W.G. Carson, La Trobe University, discussing Boyle's possible move to La Trobe and any funding offers available to him to finance the trip (27 Jan 1984); D.D Neilson, Registrar, La Trobe University, offering Boyle an appointment as visiting Scholar in the Department of Legal Studies in the School of Scoial Sciences from 1 Mar - 30 Sep 1985. (5 Oct 1984) George Zdenkowski to Prof. Boyle, arranging a visit to meet and discuss with boyle shared interests in sentencing law (17 Jan 1985); Geraldine Smyth, Law Faculty, U.C.G to Boyle informing him Sarah Spenser from Amnesty was in touch to say Amnesty are still sorting financial issues. (29 Mar 1985) From David A. Elder, Prof. of Law, Northern Kentucky University, to Boyle, discussing proof-reading for publication of an article by Boyle and Prof. Tom Hadden and also discusses Boyle's work and interest in Human Rights abuses in South Africa (13 May 1985) Letter from Boyle to David A . Elder, Kentucky, detailing that he has returned from South Africa on a trip for Amnesty and further discusses the article which was planned for Northern Kentucky Law Review and the embarrassment caused by a similar article appearing in The Political Quarterly (3 Jul 1985) Letter from Prof. Bert Lockwood, Director, Urban Morgan Institute for Human Rights, University of Cincinnati, detailing having attended an American Bar Association Conference which had 25 leading South African attorneys present and how interesting it was and also offers Boyle a publication spot "In the Quarterly" and also offers to feature a review of Boyle's next book due out. (10 Jul 1985) Letter from Tom Hadden to Boyle, discussing progress on the book and details of interest from the likes of the Irish Times, who are wishing to publish a series of extracts. (30 Jul 1985) Letter from Bert Lockwood, University of Cincinatti, to Boyle, discussing broadcasting and publishing work on Human Rights issues, particularily relating to south Africa. (6 Aug 1985) Letter from Garth Nettheim, Prof. of LAw, University of New South Wales, enclosing for information a proposal on establishing a centre for Human Rights at the University of New South Wales. (11 Aug 1986).
Letters to Boyle from representatives of a case being taken from Co. Fermanagh regarding the legal irish names of street names. (1985)
DateOct 1984- 11 Aug 1986
FormatPrinted document
Extent15 items
CodePersonNameDatesParallel forms of name
DS/UK/32Boyle; Kevin (1943-2010); Human Rights activist, barrister, lecturer.1943-2010
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