UCL Faculty of Laws


Podcast recording of Nuremberg trial event

1 December 2015

Philippe Sands Podcast

Marking 70 years since the Nuremberg trials, an event at the British Institute of International and Comparative Law brought together leading experts and relatives of those who participated in the trials to reflect upon the important historical moment for rule of law and international justice.

Philippe Sands QC, UCL Laws chaired the event, which was jointly organised by the Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law and the Centre for International Courts and Tribunals, UCL Laws.

The recording of the event, held on 19 November 2015, features extracts from the Nuremberg trials read by decedents of the Judge, prosecutor and one of the defendants.

Participants included:

  • Jeffrey Jowell QC
  • Philippe Sands QC, UCL Laws
  • Sir Adrian Fulford
  • Ann Tusa
  • John Tusa
  • Patrick Lawrence QC (Grandson of Sir Geoffrey Lawrence, Presiding judge at Nuremberg)
  • Tom Blackmore (Grandson of Nuremberg prosecutor David Maxwell Fyfe)
  • Niklas Frank (son of Hans Frank, defendant)
  • Dr. Fabrico Guariglia

Listen to the podcast recording on Soundcloud