Date: 14th June 2018
Time: 17:00 - 19:30
Venue: 42 West 44th Street, New York, NY 10036
Justices in Conversation Series
Hosted by the City Bar of New York
Co-Sponsored by American College of Trial Lawyers Foundation
Justice Stephen Breyer, Associate Justice, US Supreme Court
Lord John Dyson, Former UK Supreme Court Justice and Master of the Rolls
Justice Beverley McLachlin, Former Chief Justice of Canada
Murray Hunt, Director of the Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law
What is judicial independence? Why does it matter to the Rule of Law? How can emerging democracies build an independent judiciary, and what does it take to sustain it at a time when political debates are highly polarized and judges have found themselves in the firing line?
In conversation with Bingham Centre Director, Murray Hunt, a panel of three Justices offered personal reflections from their long and distinguished careers on the highest courts of the US, the UK and Canada.
A summary of the event is available.
Pricing and Registration
Members of the New York City Bar and BIICL members $60
Non members: $110
Sponsoring Association Committees:
United Nations Committee, Michael D. Cooper, Chair
Task Force on the Independence of Lawyers and Judges, William August Wilson, III, Chair