4th February 2016
Time: 17:45 (Registration open from 17:00)
Venue: Gray's Inn, 8 South Square, London WC1R 5ET
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The Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law and Fountain Court Chambers are delighted to invite you to the third Annual Bingham Lecture:
Spreading the Rule of Law: Mission Impossible?
To be chaired by Lord Neuberger, President of the UK Supreme Court, the event will take the form of a conversation on the internationalisation of the rule of law between:
- Justice Angelika Nussberger, the German Justice on the European Court of Human Rights and an expert in the countries of the former Soviet Union;
- Chris Stone, President of George Soros' Open Society Foundations and former Guggenheim Professor of the Practice of Criminal Justice at Harvard University's John F Kennedy School of Government; and
- Sir Jeffrey Jowell QC, who is stepping down as Director of the Bingham Centre after its first five years.
You are invited to join us at a drinks reception and buffet following the panel's discussion
Sir Jeffrey Jowell QC, Christopher Stone and Justice Angelika Nussberger - Bingham Annual Lecture speeches now online
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This event is accredited for 1.5 CPD points
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