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The Annual Grotius Lecture

Thursday 25th October 2012

The Report of the Annual Conference 2012 is now available online to download here.


"The Arab Spring, The Arab Awakening or The Ongoing Arab Revolution?"

The British Institute of International and Comparative Law is pleased to announce the 2012 Grotius Lecture. This year we are delighted to welcome Professor Cherif Bassiouni, Emeritus Professor of Law at DePaul University and expert in International Criminal Law, who will share his knowledge and views on this important subject.

The Grotius Lecture is kindly sponsored by:

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer


CPD points may be claimed by barristers and solicitors by attending this event


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