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Angeline Welsh

Angeline Welsh speaking at conference celebrating 60 Years of the New York Convention

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The New York Convention and European Union Law conference taking place on Friday 23 March celebrates 60 Years of the New York Convention. Angeline Welsh will be speaking as part of a panel discussion on ‘Enforcement of Arbitral Agreements’. This conference is being organised by the Oxford University Institute of European and Comparative Law and will be […]

Hugh Tomlinson QC and Jason Housden speaking at 2017 ABA Conference

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On Monday 3 July 2017, Hugh Tomlinson QC and Jason Housden will be speaking at the 2017 Australian Bar Association Conference in London. Hugh Tomlinson QC will be speaking on ‘A discussion of freedom of speech, section 18C and the right to privacy’ and Jason Housden will be speaking on ‘Briefing counsel early in litigation’. […]

Claire Montgomery QC

Clare Montgomery QC to deliver inaugural lecture in Boase Cohen & Collins’ landmark Criminal Law Lecture Series

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On Friday 20 January 2017, Clare Montgomery QC will deliver the inaugural lecture in a new landmark Criminal Law Lecture Series. Boase Cohen & Collins are collaborating with the University of Hong Kong’s Faculty of Law to deliver, over the course of 3 years, a series of lectures by prominent criminal law scholars and practitioners […]

Prof Christian Tams

Professor Christian Tams speaking on Investor-State Dispute settlement

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On Tuesday 14 June 2016, Professor Christian Tams will be presenting a lecture on “Investor-State Dispute Settlement: Effective Rule of Law – or Corporate Rule through Law?” at Leuphana University. This lecture is part of an International Trade Perspectives series which will run from Tuesday 14 June to Tuesday 5 July. Fore more information, please […]

Gavin Millar

Project on Freedom of Expression and Media Freedom in Azerbaijan – Roundtable on Defamation

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On Tuesday 31 May 2016, Gavin Millar QC will be speaking at a roundtable on defamation in Baku, Azerbaijan. This conference has been organised in close cooperation with the Azerbaijani Press Council. The main aim of the roundtable is to raise awareness on Council of Europe standards and best European practices on defamation and freedom […]

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Fifty Years of Our Right to Apply to Strasbourg: The Past and Future of Access to the ECHR from the UK

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On Thursday 14 January 2016, Prof Conor Gearty and Prof Takis Tridimas  are speaking at Fifty Years of Our Right to Apply to Strasbourg: The Past and Future of Access to the European Court of Human Rights from the United Kingdom at King’s College London. See here for more detail and to register for the event.

World War 1: Paris 1919 – A New World Order?

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Professor Christian Tams will be running a three week online course around the Paris Peace Conference 1919 between 22 June and the 10 July. The course reassesses the legacy of the Paris Peace Conference (1919) and how is sought to create a new world order. Produced in collaboration with the BBC, this three-week course will retrace […]

Aidan O'Neill QC

Aidan O’Neill QC to speak on Strategic litigation in the ECtHR and CJEU at The Academy of European Law

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Aidan O’Neill QC will be speaking at The Academy of European Law (ERA) on 18-19 June. The ERA are organising a conference on “Protecting fundamental rights in the European Union”. Here Aidan will deliver a presentation “Strategic litigation before European courts: private parties’ direct and indirect access to the ECtHR and the CJEU”. For more […]

Training on Investigative Journalism

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Guy Vassall-Adams QC will be speaking as a Council of Europe Expert at a conference for investigative journalists in Serbia organised by the Council of Europe and the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs on 22 May 2015. The Conference – Training on Investigative Journalism – will involve 30 investigative journalists from around Serbia. The conference will […]

Annual Gaetano Morelli Lecture Series in Rome (La Sapienza)

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Professor Christian Tams will deliver the annual Gaetano Morelli Lecture Series in Rome (La Sapienza) on 21st and 23rd May 2015. Professor Tams will give two lectures on ‘The Development of International Law by the International Court of Justice’. The other lectures in the series will be given by Professor Allain Pellet. For further information about […]

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