2019 PROGRAMME

Friday, 10 May 
Half-day Conference, London
Implications of Brexit for the Statute Book


Wednesday, 10 July, 6pm at IALS
Lecture (title to be confirmed)
The Right Hon Lord Carnwath of Notting Hill, Justice of the Supreme Court


Annual Lord Renton Lecture – November
This year’s lecture will be given by The Rt Hon. The Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd PC, former Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales.
Date still to be confirmed.

 

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To download the slide presentation that accompanied Law Commissioner Prof David Ormerod QC’s lecture to the Society on 25 June 2018 click here

 

To watch a video of the talk given to the Society by Prof. Thomas Poole of the LSE on 19 March 2018, click here.

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STATUTE LAW SOCIETY HALF-DAY CONFERENCE

Friday 10 MAY 2019
12.00 – 13.00 hrs – registration and sandwich lunch
13.00 – 17.00 hrs – conference
17.00 – 18.00 hrs – drinks reception


IMPLICATIONS OF BREXIT FOR THE STATUTE BOOK

CONFERENCE CHAIR 
The Hon Mr Justice Garnham,
Chairman of the Statute Law Society

Introduction
The Rt Hon Dominic Grieve QC MP

SPEAKERS

Ian Forrester QC
Judge at the General Court of the European Union
Brexit, the UK and EU Law in any Event

Professor Catherine Barnard
Professor of European Law, University of Cambridge
Constitutional Legislation and Fundamental Rights after Brexit

Professor Aileen McHarg
Professor of Public Law, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow
Legislating for Brexit in Scotland at Westminster and Holyrood

PANEL DISCUSSION
Chaired by
Denis Edwards
Panellists:  
Sir Stephen Laws KCB QC, Professor Aileen McHarg, 
Professor Catherine Barnard, Ian Forrester QC,
Brexit and Parliament: What have we learned?
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Venue:
Prince Philip House, 3 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5DG

Cost:
Practitioners: £100
Academics, Public Servants, Retirees, Students:  £50


Click Here To Book Your Place

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The Statute Law Society reserves the right to vary the published programme.