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The Cambridge University Law Society (CULS) is one of the oldest and largest student run societies in the University, the country and indeed the world. With a membership base of over a 1000, its aims are manifold and its enterprises diverse. Each year, the Law Society invites eminent speakers to address its members. The events are an exciting chance to hear from leaders in their respective fields about issues crucial to the modern legal world. In the past CULS have had the pleasure of hearing from such distinguished speakers as Justice of the Supreme Court, The Right Hon Lord Clarke of Stone-cum-Ebony; Master of the Rolls, Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury and former President of the International Court of Justice, Dame Rosalyn Higgins. For more information about CULS, please see http://www.camlawsoc.com/

Episode Date
'American Politics and US Constitutional Law' - Helle Porsdam: CULS Lecture
2096
CULS is excited to present a guest lecture by Professor Helle Porsdam on American history and culture through the lens of constitutional law, taking as her point of departure the current political situation in the USA. Helle is is Professor of Law and Humanities at the Center for Studies in Legal Culture in the Copenhagen Faculty of Law, where she teaches American Culture and holds a UNESCO Chair in Cultural Rights. She did her PhD in American Studies at Yale University, and has been a Liberal Arts Fellow twice at the Harvard Law School as well as a fellow at Wolfson College, Cambridge, and the University of Munich. This event was kindly Sponsored by Clifford Chance. For more information see the CULS Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/camlawsoc/
Mar 06, 2019
'American Politics and US Constitutional Law' - Helle Porsdam: CULS Lecture (audio)
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CULS is excited to present a guest lecture by Professor Helle Porsdam on American history and culture through the lens of constitutional law, taking as her point of departure the current political situation in the USA. Helle is is Professor of Law and Humanities at the Center for Studies in Legal Culture in the Copenhagen Faculty of Law, where she teaches American Culture and holds a UNESCO Chair in Cultural Rights. She did her PhD in American Studies at Yale University, and has been a Liberal Arts Fellow twice at the Harvard Law School as well as a fellow at Wolfson College, Cambridge, and the University of Munich. This event was kindly Sponsored by Clifford Chance. For more information see the CULS Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/camlawsoc/ This entry provides an audio source for iTunes.
Mar 06, 2019
'Duties of an Expert Witness – before and after the Ikarian Reefer' - Lord Clarke: CULS Lecture
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Lord Clarke of the UK Supreme Court spoke about "Duties of an Expert Witness – before and after the Ikarian Reefer" on Thursday 28 January 2016 at the Faculty of Law, as a guest on the regular CULS speaker programme. Lord Clarke read economics and law at King's College, Cambridge, before being called, in 1965, to the Bar at Middle Temple where he spent 27 years. He became a QC in 1979, and was a Recorder sitting in both criminal and civil courts from 1985 to 1992. Lord Clarke was promoted to the Court of Appeal of England and Wales in 1998 and sworn of the Privy Council. Thereafter, he conducted the Marchioness and Bowbelle Inquiries. Between 2005 and 2009, Lord Clarke served as Master of the Rolls, and was appointed to the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom in October 2009. He is the first Justice to be appointed directly to The Supreme Court. This event was kindly Sponsored by Simmons & Simmons. For more information see the CULS website at http://www.camlawsoc.com/
Jan 29, 2016
'HRA Repeal?' - Professors Masterman and Gearty: CULS Lecture
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Professor Connor Gearty and Professor Roger Masterman spoke about reform of the Human Rights Act 1998 on Friday 26 February 2016 at the Mill Lane Lecture Rooms, as guests on the regular CULS speaker programme. Professor Gearty is a former Cambridge PhD student currently at the London School of Economics, where he holds the positions Professor of Human Rights Law and Director of the Institute of Public Affairs. He has a particular interest in the area of human rights, with extensive experience both of practising and researching in the area. Professor Masterman is a graduate of King’s College London who is currently Head of School in Durham’s Law School. His research interest also lies in the area of human rights and the HRA. This event was kindly Sponsored by Simmons & Simmons. For more information see the CULS website at http://www.camlawsoc.com/
Mar 02, 2016
'Human Rights Post Brexit' - Ms Danielle Cohen: CULS Lecture
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Danielle Cohen spoke about "Human Rights Post Brexit" on Wednesday 18 October 2017 at the Faculty of Law, as a guest on the regular CULS speaker programme. Danielle Cohen is a human rights lawyer offering specialist advice on all aspects of UK immigration law, advising on the Points Based Tier System, Immigration visa applications, family-based applications and all applications made under the EU regulations.
Oct 19, 2017
'Independent Law Reform: Is it a Myth?' - Elizabeth Cooke: CULS Lecture
2503
Professor Elizabeth Cooke, Law Commissioner and University of Reading, spoke about the development of police accountability in the UK in the past five decades, in a talk entitled "Independent Law Reform: Is it a Myth?" on Tuesday 4 February 2014 at the Faculty of Law, as a guest on the regular CULS speaker programme, This event was kindly Sponsored by Simmons & Simmons. For more information see the CULS website at http://www.camlawsoc.com/
Feb 05, 2014
'Information Law and Practice in the Digital Revolution' - Ashley Hurst: CULS Lecture
2910
In an environment where we now receive much of our news and media content via mobile and social media platforms, information lawyers and regulators are having to work hard to keep up. Libel trials and privacy superinjunctions are giving way to data privacy and fake news as the big legal issues of the day and English law increasingly needs to be considered alongside international law to be of practical relevance to commercial decision making, particularly for global tech players like Facebook and Google. This talk by Ashley Hurst, a media and tech litigation partner at the international firm Osborne Clarke, is a chance to gain an insight into how new digital trends are shaping our laws and regulations and how the world's leading tech companies and start ups are adapting to these changes. It will cover issues such as the GDPR and growth of data privacy, complex issues of intermediary liability, fake news, the Digital Single Market, and the general clash between innovation and freedom of expression on the one hand and reputation and privacy on the other. Ashley will also be happy to answer your questions about digital media law and becoming a digital media lawyer in today's legal market. The Cambridge University Law Society (CULS) is one of the oldest and largest student run societies in the University, the country and indeed the world. With a membership base of over a 1000, its aims are manifold and its enterprises diverse. Each year, the Law Society invites eminent speakers to address its members. The events are an exciting chance to hear from leaders in their respective fields about issues crucial to the modern legal world. In the past CULS have had the pleasure of hearing from such distinguished speakers as Justice of the Supreme Court, The Right Hon Lord Clarke of Stone-cum-Ebony; Master of the Rolls, Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury and former President of the International Court of Justice, Dame Rosalyn Higgins. This event was kindly supported by Osborne Clarke. For more information see the CULS Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/camlawsoc/
May 09, 2017
'International Law perspective on the Kashmir Issue' - Aman Hingorani: CULS Lecture
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Dr Hingorani, Lawyer at Supreme Court of India spoke about "International Law perspective on the Kashmir Issue" on 3 March 2017 at the Faculty of Law, as a guest on the regular CULS speaker programme. This event was kindly Sponsored by Clifford Chance. For more information see the CULS Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/camlawsoc/
Mar 03, 2017
'Is shareholder value the altar on which Boards should sacrifice wider concerns about directors' duties' - Mark Rawlinson: CULS Lecture
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Mark Rawlinson, Partner at Freshfields,delivered a talk entitled "Is shareholder value the altar on which Boards should sacrifice wider concerns about directors' duties" on Monday 1 December 2014 at the Faculty of Law, as a guest on the regular CULS speaker programme, This event was kindly Sponsored by Simmons & Simmons. For more information see the CULS website at http://www.camlawsoc.com/
Dec 02, 2014
'It is a myth that Tort is anything to do with individual responsibility': CULS Debate
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On 14 March 2017, CULS hosted a debate on the proposition "It is a myth that Tort is anything to do with individual responsibility", which featured Dr Janet O'Sullivan (Cambridge University), Professor Donal Nolan (Oxford University), Professor Robert Stevens (Oxford University) and Professor Steve Hedley (York University). This debate is highly relevant for anyone studying Tort law as this is a topical issue. As a key area of English law though, it should also be interesting and exciting for anyone studying Law. This event was kindly sponsored by Clifford Chance. For more information see the CULS website at http://www.camlawsoc.com/
Mar 16, 2017
'Justice and Public Will' - Lord Justice Laws: CULS Lecture
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Lord Justice Laws, Lord Justice of Appeal, gave a talk entitled "Justice and Public Will" on Friday 21 February 2014 at the Faculty of Law, as a guest on the regular CULS speaker programme, This event was kindly Sponsored by Simmons & Simmons. For more information see the CULS website at http://www.camlawsoc.com/
Feb 24, 2014
'Life at the Bar' - Alex Bailin QC: CULS Lecture
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Alex Bailin QC spoke about "Life at the Bar" on Monday 27th February 2012 at the Faculty of Law, as a guest on the regular CULS speaker programme, Alex Bailin is a Member of Matrix Chambers, one the more recent Chambers (set up in 2000), said to be "a progressive, forward-thinking service which caters to the needs of the modern-day client". Described by Chambers & Partners as a barrister who "closes off problems before they arise", Alex Bailin QC is at the forefront of criminal, public, administrative and human rights law. A member of Matrix Chambers, he has been involved in some of this year's most contentious issues, including the retention of non-convicted persons' DNA. This event was kindly Sponsored by Simmons & Simmons. For more information see the CULS website at http://www.camlawsoc.com/
Feb 28, 2012
'Litigating International Law' - Sir Christopher Greenwood: CULS Lecture
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Sir Christopher Greenwood GBC CMG QC spoke about "Litigating International Law" on Tuesday 23 October 2018 at the Faculty of Law, as a guest on the regular CULS speaker programme. Sir Christopher was a judge at the International Court of Justice from 2008 to 2018. He spent nearly twenty years as a Fellow of Magdalene College, Cambridge, and lecturer in the Cambridge Law Faculty, and subsequently as Professor of International Law at the London School of Economics. This event was kindly sponsored by Clifford Chance. For more information see the CULS website at http://www.camlawsoc.com/
Oct 26, 2018
'Litigating International Law' - Sir Christopher Greenwood: CULS Lecture (audio)
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Sir Christopher Greenwood GBC CMG QC spoke about "Litigating International Law" on Tuesday 23 October 2018 at the Faculty of Law, as a guest on the regular CULS speaker programme. Sir Christopher was a judge at the International Court of Justice from 2008 to 2018. He spent nearly twenty years as a Fellow of Magdalene College, Cambridge, and lecturer in the Cambridge Law Faculty, and subsequently as Professor of International Law at the London School of Economics. This event was kindly sponsored by Clifford Chance. For more information see the CULS website at http://www.camlawsoc.com/ This entry provides an audio source for iTunes.
Oct 26, 2018
'Policing the Police: Power, Scrutiny & Accountability?' - Raju Bhatt: CULS Lecture
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Raju Bhatt spoke about the development of police accountability in the UK in the past five decades, in a talk entitled "Policing the Police: Power, Scrutiny & Accountability?" on Wednesday 20 November 2013 at the Faculty of Law, as a guest on the regular CULS speaker programme, Founding partner of the leading human rights solicitors firm Bhatt Murphy, and winner of the 'Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year 2013' for outstanding achievement, Raju Bhatt is a leading human rights solicitor with special expertise in police law and deaths in custody cases. Mr Bhatt has been called upon to act in significant claims involving the Serious Organised Crime Agency, the Ministry of Defence and the Security Services. Raju Bhatt has sat on the Hillsborough Independent Panel and served on the Joint Committee on Human Rights scrutinising the draft Bill of the Coroners and Justice Act 2009. This event was kindly Sponsored by Simmons & Simmons. For more information see the CULS website at http://www.camlawsoc.com/
Dec 10, 2013
'Same-sex marriage in Latin America': CULS with CUSU LGBT+
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CULS and CUSU LGBT+ are delighted to have welcomed Herman Duarte, Founding Partner at the first and only law firm in Latin America that has the express purpose of eradicating LGBT+ discrimination to the Faculty of Law on 29 January 2018. Herman also founded the Latin American Foundation for the promotion and protection of LGBT rights: Fundación Igualitos. He was named one of OUTstanding's Top 50 LGBT+ Future Leaders. Herman and his team were involved in the landmark decision of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights in favour of equal marriage and transgender rights, binding on Costa Rica and over 12 states in the Inter-American jurisdiction. Herman is a vocal advocate for Equal Marriage in El Salvador, and organised the first Equal Marriage congress for the continent, in Costa Rica. He works to denounce hate crimes against LGBT+ people in the region, raising public opinion and support on the topic of marriage equality and gender recognition. There will be some filming at the event for a university social media film about CUSU LGBT+ that’s going to be put out over History Month. For more information, see: https://www.facebook.com/events/146030312849948/
Jan 30, 2018
'The Altered or Disordered Mind; When is the Mens Rea?' - Lord Hughes: CULS Lecture
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Lord Hughes spoke about "The Altered or Disordered Mind; When is the Mens Rea?" on Thursday 7 November 2013 at the Faculty of Law, as a guest on the regular CULS speaker programme, This event was kindly Sponsored by Simmons & Simmons. For more information see the CULS website at http://www.camlawsoc.com/
Nov 08, 2013
'The Constitutional Foundations of Judicial Review': CULS Panel event
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This debate on 1 February 2019 focused on an age-old question between some of the biggest voices in constitutional law. Experience a debate between eminent professors, and hear them justify their preferred theories. This debate ties in with constitutional law teaching. Panellists: - Professor Paul Craig (St. John's College, Oxford), - Professor Christopher Forsyth (Robinson College, Cambridge) Moderator - Professor Trevor Allan (Pembroke College, Cambridge) This event was kindly sponsored by Clifford Chance. For more information see the CULS website at http://www.camlawsoc.com/
Feb 06, 2019
'The Constitutional Foundations of Judicial Review': CULS Panel event (audio)
4620
This debate on 1 February 2019 focused on an age-old question between some of the biggest voices in constitutional law. Experience a debate between eminent professors, and hear them justify their preferred theories. This debate ties in with constitutional law teaching. Panellists: - Professor Paul Craig (St. John's College, Oxford), - Professor Christopher Forsyth (Robinson College, Cambridge) Moderator - Professor Trevor Allan (Pembroke College, Cambridge) This event was kindly sponsored by Clifford Chance. For more information see the CULS website at http://www.camlawsoc.com/ This item provides an audio entry for iTunes.
Feb 07, 2019
'The Defamation Act 2013: How Did We Get Here and What Does it Achieve?' - James Price QC: CULS Lecture
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James Price QC spoke about "The Defamation Act 2013: How Did We Get Here and What Does it Achieve?" on Friday 1 November 2013 at the Faculty of Law, as a guest on the regular CULS speaker programme, This event was kindly Sponsored by Simmons & Simmons. For more information see the CULS website at http://www.camlawsoc.com/
Nov 08, 2013
'The Future of Legal Services' - Christina Blacklaws: CULS Lecture
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Christina Blacklaws, President of the Law Society of England and Wales spoke about "The Future of Legal Services" on Wednesday 24 October 2018 at the Faculty of Law, as a guest on the regular CULS speaker programme. Christina Blacklaws has made the transformation of the legal industry a key focus of her Presidency. She chairs the Law Society’s Legal Technology Policy Commission and has also been asked by the government to chair their Lawtech Delivery Panel. Christina is heavily involved in the technological issues relating to supra-national legislative and regulatory frameworks as well as the need to demystify lawtech and empower all lawyers to embrace relevant technology. This event was kindly sponsored by Clifford Chance. For more information see the CULS website at http://www.camlawsoc.com/
Oct 26, 2018
'The Future of Legal Services' - Christina Blacklaws: CULS Lecture (audio)
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Christina Blacklaws, President of the Law Society of England and Wales spoke about "The Future of Legal Services" on Wednesday 24 October 2018 at the Faculty of Law, as a guest on the regular CULS speaker programme. Christina Blacklaws has made the transformation of the legal industry a key focus of her Presidency. She chairs the Law Society’s Legal Technology Policy Commission and has also been asked by the government to chair their Lawtech Delivery Panel. Christina is heavily involved in the technological issues relating to supra-national legislative and regulatory frameworks as well as the need to demystify lawtech and empower all lawyers to embrace relevant technology. This event was kindly sponsored by Clifford Chance. For more information see the CULS website at http://www.camlawsoc.com/ This entry provides an audio source for iTunes.
Oct 26, 2018
'The Hunt for the Yorkshire Ripper' - Ray Tough: CULS Lecture
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Ray Tough spoke about "The Hunt for the Yorkshire Ripper" on Monday 20 November 2018 at the Faculty of Law, as a guest on the regular Cambridge University Law Society (CULS) speaker programme. Ray is a crime historian and was a Detective Constable with the West Yorkshire Police during the Yorkshire Ripper investigation. Hear his perspectives on the investigation, which led to seminal cases like Hill v Chief Constable of West Yorkshire. This event was kindly sponsored by Clifford Chance. For more information see the CULS website at http://www.camlawsoc.com/
Nov 21, 2018
'The Hunt for the Yorkshire Ripper' - Ray Tough: CULS Lecture (audio)
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Ray Tough spoke about "The Hunt for the Yorkshire Ripper" on Monday 20 November 2018 at the Faculty of Law, as a guest on the regular Cambridge University Law Society (CULS) speaker programme. Ray is a crime historian and was a Detective Constable with the West Yorkshire Police during the Yorkshire Ripper investigation. Hear his perspectives on the investigation, which led to seminal cases like Hill v Chief Constable of West Yorkshire. This event was kindly sponsored by Clifford Chance. For more information see the CULS website at http://www.camlawsoc.com/ This entry provides an audio source for iTunes.
Nov 21, 2018
'The Last Human Right, or its Antithesis? Assisted Suicide, Euthanasia, the Right to Life and the Right to Choose the Timing and Manner of Death' - Paul Bowen QC: CULS Lecture
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Paul Bowen QC spoke about "The Last Human Right, or its Antithesis? Assisted Suicide, Euthanasia, the Right to Life and the Right to Choose the Timing and Manner of Death" on Friday 25th January 2013 at the Faculty of Law, as a guest on the regular CULS speaker programme, Law Society Advocate of the Year 2009 and counsel for Tony Nicklinson in the widely publicised euthanasia case in August 2012, Paul Bowen QC is a barrister at Doughty Street Chambers specialising in public law and human rights, with a particular interest in cases involving serious medical treatment, the right of autonomy and the right to life. In the Divisional Court, he argued that the law "encourages those with the means to Switzerland. For those without the means it offers 'Hobson's Choice' of amateur DIY death or continued suffering. Those who cannot end their own life are left to suffer". Mr Bowen acted for Debbie Purdy in her successful challenge to the DPP's policy on assisted suicide prosecutions in 2008 and also represented Peter Sutcliffe in his tariff-setting appeal in December 2010. This event was kindly Sponsored by Simmons & Simmons. For more information see the CULS website at http://www.camlawsoc.com/
Mar 08, 2013
'The Role of Law Officers: Law at the heart of the Government' - Oliver Heald: CULS Lecture
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Oliver Heald MP, spoke about the government's views are on judicial review reform, and its policy on human rights, in a talk entitled "The Role of Law Officers: Law at the heart of the Government" on Thursday 13 February 2014 at the Faculty of Law, as a guest on the regular CULS speaker programme, This event was kindly Sponsored by Simmons & Simmons. For more information see the CULS website at http://www.camlawsoc.com/
Feb 14, 2014
'They Think it's All Over; It is Now' - Lucy Stone QC: CULS Lecture
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Lucy Stone QC spoke about "They Think it's All Over; It is Now" on Wednesday 16th October 2013 at the Faculty of Law, as a guest on the regular CULS speaker programme, Also known as 'Lucy No-Stone-Left-Unturned', Lucy Stone QC of Queen Elizabeth Buildings is one of the most established family law barristers in England. Speaking about the finance for children of unmarried parents, Lucy will explore what difference the parents' marriage makes to the child - does it? Should it? This event was kindly Sponsored by Simmons & Simmons. For more information see the CULS website at http://www.camlawsoc.com/
Oct 18, 2013
'This House Believes Strict Liability Has No Place in Criminal Law' - CULS Fellows' Debate
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On Thursday 12 November 2015, Cambridge University Law Society (CULS) hosted a debate on the proposition: 'This House Believes Strict Liability Has No Place in Criminal Law'. Proposition: Professor Andrew Ashworth (Oxford) & Dr John Stanton-Ife (KCL) Opposition: Professor Andrew Simester (Cambridge) & Dr Findlay Stark (Cambridge) Chair: James Riseley This event was kindly sponsored by Clifford Chance. For more information see the CULS website at http://www.camlawsoc.com/
Nov 13, 2015
'This House Believes That Duties of Care are Really Duties': CULS Debate
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The final CULS Speakers event for 2012-13 was a debate on the proposition "This House Believes That Duties of Care are Really Duties", which featured Nick McBride (Pembroke) and Sandy Steel (Murray Edwards) for the proposition, and Jonathan Morgan (Corpus Christi) and Janet O'Sullivan (Selwyn) against. The debate was Chaired by the out-going President of CULS Jacynth Bassett, introduced by Gretel Scott (Speakers Secretary) and organised by Gretel Scott and Maya Kaye (Vice Speakers Secretary). The debate was held on Monday 4th March at 7:30pm Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge. This debate is highly relevant for anyone studying Tort law as this is a topical issue. As a key area of English law though, it should also be interesting and exciting for anyone studying Law. This event was kindly Sponsored by Simmons & Simmons. For more information see the CULS website at http://www.camlawsoc.com/
Mar 08, 2013
'This House believes that there is no need for Joint Enterprise liability in English law' - CULS Fellows' Debate
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On Tuesday 18 February, Cambridge University Law Society (CULS) hosted a debate between Professor Graham Virgo, Dr Findlay Stark, Professor Andrew Simester and Dr Matthew Dyson, entitled "This House believes that there is no need for Joint Enterprise liability in English law". This event was kindly Sponsored by Simmons & Simmons. For more information see the CULS website at http://www.camlawsoc.com/
Feb 19, 2014
'What underpins judicial review?' - CULS Fellows' Debate
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CULS is delighted to present Professor Paul Craig and Professor Christopher Forsyth. On the 4 February 2016 in the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge, they explored what principles underpin judicial review in the UK in a dialogue. Professor Paul Craig is Professor of English Law at Oxford and a Vinerian scholar. Professor Christopher Forsyth is Professor of Public Law and Private International Law at Cambridge. For more information on the event see https://www.facebook.com/events/553390161490285/ This event was kindly sponsored by Clifford Chance. For more information see the CULS website at http://www.camlawsoc.com/
Feb 05, 2016
CULS Speaker Event: 'Gender, Culture & Abortion in Northern Ireland' - Dr Stephanie Palmer
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Dr Stephanie Palmer, lecturer in Civil Liberties and Human Rights, European Human Rights Law, Constitutional and Administrative Law, and Medical Law and Life Sciences, gave a talk on "Gender, culture, and abortion law in Northern Ireland" to Cambridge University Law Society on 31 October 2017.
Nov 01, 2017
CULS Speakers event: Brexit Panel with Professor Barnard & Dr Julie Smith
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Catherine Barnard, Professor of European Union law, and Dr Julie Smith, Director of the European Centre, gave a talk on Brexit issues. Both our speakers are incredibly knowledgeable on Europe and Brexit. Major themes of the talk include the constitutionality of the EU (Withdrawal) Bill; trade, immigration, and the Northern Irish border questions; the proposed legal frameworks for UK-EU relations and citizens’ rights post-Brexit. For more information see the CULS website at http://www.camlawsoc.com/
Nov 10, 2017
CULS/CLR Lecture: 'Algorithms & Profiling in Counter-Terrorism'
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Professor Andrew Murray is a Professor of Law at London School of Economics, with a particular interest in New Media and Technology Law. On 14 November 2017, Professor Murray gave a lecture at the Faculty as a guest of CULS and CLR. The event was kindly sponsored by Clifford Chance.
Nov 15, 2017
Judge James Crawford: CULS Discussion
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A discussion held with Judge James Crawford on 9 October 2015. CULS was delighted to partner with Clifford Chance for the first speaker event of Michaelmas term. On the 9th of October, His Excellency Judge James Crawford spoke to the society. The format of the event was an interview followed by a Q & A. James Crawford was elected a judge of the International Court of Justice for a full term of 9 years in November 2014 and took his seat on the court on the 6th February 2015. From 1992-2014 he was the Whewell Professor of International Law at the University of Cambridge. He is widely considered to be one of the foremost commentators on public international law in the world. This was the first time Judge Crawford addressed the society since taking up his role at the ICJ.
Oct 13, 2015
Land Law: Q&A with the Law Commissioner: CULS Panel event
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On 26 November 2018, the Cambridge University Law Society (CULS) presented a panel Q&A on the Law Commission's 2018 Report "Updating the Land Registration Act 2002". The panel featured Professor Nicholas Hopkins (Law Commissioner for Property Law), Judge Elizabeth Cooke (Principal Judge of the Land Registration Tribunal), Amy Goymour and Professor Martin Dixon (to be confirmed). They explored the Report and took questions from the audience. This event was kindly sponsored by Clifford Chance. For more information see the CULS website at http://www.camlawsoc.com/
Nov 27, 2018
Land Law: Q&A with the Law Commissioner: CULS Panel event (audio)
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On 26 November 2018, the Cambridge University Law Society (CULS) presented a panel Q&A on the Law Commission's 2018 Report "Updating the Land Registration Act 2002". The panel featured Professor Nicholas Hopkins (Law Commissioner for Property Law), Judge Elizabeth Cooke (Principal Judge of the Land Registration Tribunal), Amy Goymour and Professor Martin Dixon (to be confirmed). They explored the Report and took questions from the audience. This event was kindly sponsored by Clifford Chance. For more information see the CULS website at http://www.camlawsoc.com/ This entry provides an audio source for iTunes.
Nov 27, 2018