Judicial Review – Law and Procedure
The conference promises to be of exceptional quality, with a panel of excellent speakers dedicated to analysing current and pressing developments in Judicial Review in 2018 – there are only a few places left so book now to avoid disappointment!
Delegates will earn 6 CPD points
Date and Venue
Friday 7th December 2018
The Cavendish Conference Centre, 22 Duchess Mews, London W1G 9DT
Sir Patrick Elias QC
Richard Gordon QC, Brick Court Chambers
James Maurici QC, Landmark Chambers
Michael Fordham QC, Blackstone Chambers
Lord Igor Judge, Former Lord Chief Justice and Head of the Judiciary of England and Wales (2008-2013)
Professor Sionaidh Douglas-Scott, Queen Mary, University of London
Professor Aileen McColgan, 11 King’s Bench Walk
Dr Orla Lynskey, London School of Economics
Maya Lester QC, Brick Court Chambers
Professor Gavin Phillipson, Durham Law School
The EU Withdrawal Bill: The Constitutional Implications (Professor Sionaidh Douglas Scott, QMUL)
Equality and Equal Pay (Aileen McColgan, 11 King’s Bench Walk)
Data Flow and Big Data (Dr. Orla Lynskey, LSE)
Developments in International Law and Sanctions post Brexit (Maya Lester,
Brick Court Chambers)
Brexit and the Interplay between EU Law, Constitutional law and Parliamentary Procedure (Professor Gavin Phillipson, Durham Law School)
£495 (£412.50 + £82.50 VAT)
Group discounts are available for bookings of 4 or more (details below) and we can also offer discounts to academics and students – please contact SashaJ@hartpub.co.uk for further details.
HOW TO BOOK
To book your place simply email/ forward this email to SashaJ@hartpub.co.uk with your information entered in the booking form below. Alternatively, you can phone us on 01865 598648. We will then contact you to arrange payment.
If you have any queries about the conference please feel free to call us on 01865 598648 or email us at SashaJ@hartpub.co.uk
Substitute delegates can be accepted at any time, without charge. Please telephone 01865 598648 to let us know the name of the substitute delegate.