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The EU and Human rights. Where are we going?

Inaugural lecture, Institute for the Study of European Laws by Sir Konrad Schiemann, Judge, European Court of Justice


Inaugural lecture, Institute for the Study of European Laws

The Institute for the Study of European Laws (ISEL) at The City Law School , City University London brings together a wide range of scholars and practitioners working in this ever-changing field. The research conducted at ISEL covers both the law of the European Union and that of the Council of Europe’s European Convention on Human Rights. It analyses a wide range of legal developments in the world’s most complex transnational legal system.

The EU and Human rights.
Where are we going?

Sir Konrad Schiemann.
Born 1937; Law degrees at Cambridge University; Barrister 1964-80; Queen's Counsel 1980-86; Justice of the High Court of England and Wales 1986-95; Lord Justice of Appeal 1995-2003; Bencher from 1985 and Treasurer in 2003 of the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple; Judge at the Court of Justice since 8 January 2004.


Speaker(s):

Sir Konrad Schiemann | talks

 

Date and Time:

1 March 2011 at 6:30 pm

Duration:

1 hour

 

Venue:

City University London
Northampton Square
London
EC1V 0HB
020 7040 0216
http://www.city.ac.uk/whatson

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Tickets:

Free

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18:00 Registration, 18:30 Lecture, 19:30 Refreshments

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