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Symposium: How Criminal Procedure Thinks about International Human Rights

Wednesday 27th March 2019
British Academy

Goldsmiths Law’s inaugural annual criminal justice symposium  will explore how human rights impact upon criminal procedure.

The keynote address will be delivered by Lord Hughes of Ombersley, former Justice at the UK Supreme Court, with Professor Nicola Lacey (LSE) as chair.

Confirmed participants include: Abenaa Owosu Bempah (LSE), Professor Andrew Choo (City Law School), Yvonne Daly (Dublin City University), Professor Dimitrios Giannoulopoulos (Goldsmiths University of London), Richard Glover (University of Wolverhampton), Professor Jackie Hodgson (Warwick University), Professor John Jackson (University of Nottingham), Professor Theodore Konstantinides (University of Essex), Hannah Quirk (King’s College London), Professor Paul Roberts (University of Nottingham), Professor David Sklansky (Stanford Law School), Professor Sarah Summers (University of Zurich).

Further details at: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/how-criminal-procedure-thinks-about-international-human-rights-tickets-57703239944