This conference, which is organised by the UK and French judiciary and academics, brings together academics and members of the judiciary to examine the notion of proportionality. Proportionality is a flexible principle which plays a central role in international, European and national law, and is applied in core public law cases (judicial review of governmental action or constitutional review), in criminal law cases as well as increasingly in a private law scenario. This seminar will examine the operation of the principle in different legal systems, and attempt to deconstruct the concept.
Attendance at this event is by invitation only.
Senior Research Fellow, Kristin Hausler, comments on rule of law in Turkey...
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Workshop: Implications of a British Bill of Rights and Repeal of the Human Rights Act 1998
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CLF Lunch Lecture Series: Antitrust in the Digital Age - session 2
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Short Course: Introduction to the Rule of Law
11th October 2016 - 12th October 2016%LocationDesc%
Short Course: Public International Law in Practice
12th October 2016%LocationDesc%
CLF Lunch Lecture Series: Antitrust in the Digital Age - session 3