Institute of Legal and Consitutional Research


ILCR Events - Martinmas Semester 2018

 

ILCR EVENTS


26 September (5 pm, Arts Lecture Theatre)
Centre for Global Constitutionalism Lecture

Richard Moyes (Article 36)
"Deciding how we are allowed to kill each other – controlling weapons in international law"


September 27 (12.30 pm lunch, Room 9, 71 South Street, 1 pm Old Class Library)
Interview with Richard Moyes (Article 36)


October 2 (5.15 pm, Room 1.10, St Katharine’s Lodge)
Institute of Intellectual History Seminar

Janet MacLean (Auckland)
"The Authority of Office"


October 18 (2.30 pm, Parliament Hall)
ILCR in association with the Constitution Reform Group and These Islands

"The Union: Past, Present, and Future"
Speakers include Lord Salisbury, Gisela Stuart, and the Chancellor of the University, Lord Campbell.


October 24 - 27 (Parliament Hall)
Institute of Intellectual History Conference

After Pufendorf: Natural law and the passions in Germany and Scotland
View the programme


October 26 (4 pm, Old Class Library)
The Law’s Two Bodies

An interview with Paul Seils


October 27 (time TBC, Old Class Library)
The Law’s Two Bodies

Interviews with Dame Elish Angiolini and Sir John Baker


October 30 (12.30 pm lunch, Room 9, 71 South Street, 1 pm Old Class Library)
ILCR Seminar

Hugh Dillon (Sydney)
"Law in theory and law in practice"


October 30 (5.15 pm, Old Class Library)
Hugh Dillon (Sydney)
ILCR Lecture (with Student Law Society)

"Tales from the Coroner’s Room"


November 21 (5 pm, venue TBC)
Centre for Global Constitutionalism

Beti Hohler (International Criminal Court)
"Old and new models of post-conflict justice: Experiences from international(ised) courts"


November 26 (5.15 pm, Room 1.10, St Katharine’s Lodge)
Institute of Intellectual History

Istvan Hont Memorial Lecture
Robin Douglass (KCL)
"Rousseau’s Republican Citizenship"


ILCR Lecture
St Andrews Day Lecture
30 November (4pm , Old Class Library, followed 5.30 pm - 7 pm Institute end of semester party)
TBA