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Organised by the St Hilda's College Media Network and Programme Director Triona Adams, St Hilda's College Writers' Day at the FT Weekend Oxford Literary Festival is on Saturday 1 April.
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Come chase away those Christmas blues with us on Friday 6th January at the St Hilda's College Media Network's Twelfth Night Drinks Party!We are delighted not only to be throwing this party at the London Review Bookshop in Bloomsbury but also to announce that Mary-Kay Wilmers will be talking to us about her extraordinary life in publishing, from rubbing shoulders with T. The state’s successful appeal against the verdict in the Oscar Pistorius case brings the quality of work done by South African high court judges back under public scrutiny. But underlying the debate is much more than the quality of the country’s judges. South Africa’s judiciary remains dominated by men and has a higher proportion of white judges compared to the country’s race demographics.It also puts the spotlight on transformation of the legal profession as a whole.Transformation is about creating conditions that are open, bias-free and non-hierarchical.Public law professor Richard Calland described the episode as: “…