These events are run as part of our AHRC-funded project on The Politics of Judicial Independence.
The Paradox of Judicial Independence: Greater separation requires closer engagement between government and Judiciary
Half day conference
22 June 2015
Why It Matters that Conservatives Should Support the European Convention on Human Rights
Dominic Grieve QC MP
Judicial evidence to parliamentary committees: good for Parliament, less good for judges?
Monday 10 November 2014 - 6pm to 7:30pm
|SUPREME COURT OF THE UK: FIFTH ANNIVERSARY SEMINAR|
How much has changed? And what might change in the years ahead?
1 October 2014
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Constitutional Change: Unfinished Business
4 December 2013
Practitioner Seminar 8: Judicial Independence in the Tribunals System
18 April 2013
Practitioner Seminar 7: Judicial Independence & the Executive
5 December 2012
Practitioner Seminar 6: Judicial Independence in Northern Ireland
22 February 2012
Practitioner Seminar 5: Judicial Independence & The Supreme Court
3 October 2012
Practitioner Seminar 4: Judicial Independence & Judicial Appointments
22 February 2012
The Human Rights Act
2 February 2012: This seminar was co-organised with Middle Temple on 'Law, Politics and the Future of the Human Rights Act'.
Practitioner Seminar 3: Judicial Independence & Parliament
7 December 2011
Practitioner Seminar 2: Judicial Independence & the Media
21 September 2011
Notes from the Canadian Supreme Court
7 July 2011
Justice Rosalie Abella of the Canadian Supreme Court delivered a lecture on 'Constitutions and Judges: Changing Rules, Roles and Expectations'.
Practitioner Seminar 1: Judicial Independence & the Separation of Powers
11 May 2011
Judicial Independence & Accountability
8 February 2011