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The Bonavero Institute of Human Rights will host Judge Róbert Spanó and Lord Sumption at Lincoln’s Inn tomorrow evening for the first annual Human Rights lecture. Judge Róbert Spanó is Vice President of the European Court of Human Rights and Lord Sumption is a recently retired judge of the UK Supreme Court and 2019 BBC […]
Start: 6.00pm Targeted at those who advise and/or work for universities or higher education providers, Matrix’s Higher Education Roundtable provides an update on recent case law. The event will be chaired by Claire Darwin and speakers will include Eleanor Mitchell, Paul Skinner and Kirsten Sjovoll. Topics will include: The recent report by the Equality and […]
Claire Darwin and Karon Monaghan QC are speaking at the Michael Rubenstein conference Discrimination Law in 2020 on 31st January in London and 3rd February in Scotland. Following her recent victory in Samira Ahmed’s equal pay claim against the BBC, Claire Darwin will be speaking on the topic of ‘Equal pay and pay gap reporting’. […]
Professor Sean Murphy and Professor Philippe Sands QC are panellists at George Washington University Law School’s event ‘Atrocity and Crime: Past, Present and Future’ on Wednesday 22nd January 2020. Alongside Thomas Buergenthal J, SJD, the international lawyers will look at the events of the 1930s and 1940s and their impact on developments in legal doctrines, […]
EVENT: Professor Sean Murphy speaking at King & Spalding event ‘Dialogue Between Courts and Tribunals: Making International Law Effective’
Professor Sean Murphy will be speaking at King & Spalding’s entitled Dialogue Between Courts and Tribunals: Making International Law. The programme which is focussed on issues of public international law, will be held in New York on 1st April and other speakers will include: James Castello (Partner in International Arbitration at King & Spalding) Ann […]