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New video: challenges to judicial independence in times of crisis

September 5, 2018

 

 

The first conference in the British Academy's 2018 programme explored the question of challenges to judicial independence in times of crisis. The conference was co-convened by BiE's director, Prof Dimitrios Giannoulopoulos (Goldsmiths) and Dr Yvonne McDermott Rees (Swansea University). In the video published here, the former Lord Chief Justice, Lord Thomas of Cmwgiedd, and Justice at the UK Supreme Court, Lord Kerr, along with Prof Kate Malleson (QMU), offer analysis on the topic.

 

The conference was inspired by attacks at the British judiciary by the press, in the context of Brexit and the "Miller" judgment, but also had a strong international and interdisciplinary dimension.

 

Other speakers included:

Dr Daniel Aguirre, University of Greenwich

Professor Ilias G. Anagnostopoulos, Athens Law School

Professor Vian Bakir, Bangor University

Dr Moa Bladini, University of Gothenburg

M Guy Canivet, former President, Cour de Cassation

Dame Sue Carr, Presiding Judge of the Midland Circuit

Professor Fiona De Londras, University of Birmingham

Professor Martina Feilzer, Bangor University Professor

John Jackson, University of Nottingham

Professor Kate Malleson, Queen Mary University of London

Professor Raphaële Parizot, Université Paris-Nanterre

His Honour Jeremy Roberts QC, The Parole Board for England and Wales

Professor Julian Petley, Brunel University London

Sir Konrad Schiemman, Court of Justice of the European Union

Dr Stephen Skinner, University of Exeter Professor

David Sklansky, Stanford Law School

 

For more information on the conference see the British Academy webpage.

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