28th September 2015
Time: Registration, tea and coffee from 17:00
Event 17:30-19:00, followed by a drinks reception
Venue: Baker & McKenzie LLP, 100 New Bridge Street, London EC4V 6JA
This event will consider the current legal framework and the range of private sector organisations that have been brought within its scope. It will explore differences in transparency requirements for private contractors, and proposals to further extend the FOI regime to private companies providing public services. The event will provide opportunity to hear both sides of the debate surrounding this important topic and the practical implications of reforms in this area.
The event will be followed by a drinks reception at 19:00.
- Rosemary Agnew (Scottish Information Commissioner)
- Steve Goodrich (Open Governance Researcher, Transparency International UK)
- Heather Rogers QC (One Brick Court)
- Martin Rosenbaum (Freedom of Information Specialist, BBC News)
- Dr Ben Worthy (Lecturer in Politics, Birkbeck College, University of London)
- Timothy Pitt-Payne QC (11 King's Bench Walk)
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The event will be presented by the Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law jointly with the Information Law and Policy Centre (ILPC) at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, and hosted by Law Firm, Baker & McKenzie.
Event convened by Lucy Moxham (Associate Senior Research Fellow, Bingham Centre) and Judith Townend (Director, Information Law and Policy Centre, IALS).
This event is accredited with 1.5 CPD hours
Pricing and Registration
This event is fully booked
- Individual - £40
- Full-time Academic - £25
- Full-time Student - £15
- Individual - £70
- Full-time Academic - £45
- Full-time Student - £25
N.B. The Academic rate also applies to staff of government and non-profit organisations.
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