Marriage Law Board Game


13th November 2019

The University of Glasgow

Researchers in family law at the University of Glasgow realised that while weddings in pop-culture are more popular than ever the legalities of marriage are poorly understood. So they created a board game where people can play through the process of getting to the aisle in Scotland.

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Case Study, Research Commercialisation, Social Cohesion, The Individual and The University of Glasgow

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