14 March 2015
In an election year when one of the UK’s main political parties will challenge the role of the Human Rights Act 1998 plays in the protection of individual rights; we explore the importance of human rights- and the protection of the HRA- beyond the courtroom.
Human Rights Beyond the Courtroom
- Death and the State: the importance of human rights in inquests and public enquiries, Leslie Thomas QC, Garden Court Chambers
- Human rights: challenging the class of 2015, Raju Bhatt, Partner, Bhatt Murphy
JUSTICE- A review of the human rights year, Angela Patrick, Director of Human Rights Policy, JUSTICE
- Breakout groups on:
- Criminal cases: redress following conviction
- Learning lessons beyond litigation: inquests and public inquiries
- Human rights in practice: Q&A
Tickets cost £15 for non-members and £5 for members, and £20 for combined membership and ticket.
Registration opens at 9.30 am and the welcome commences at 9.50 am. We are grateful to Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer for hosting this event.
This event is organised by the JUSTICE Student Human Rights Network and supported by the University of Law.