UCL Laws host The Bentham House Conference 2017: ‘The Global Futures of Unjust Enrichment’
26 April 2017
UCL Laws hosted the annual Bentham House Conference, a two-day event on ‘The Global Futures of Unjust Enrichment’, on Friday 21 April and Saturday 22 April 2017 at Sir David Davies Lecture Theatre
Professor Charles Mitchell, Professor of Law at UCL Faculty of Laws, Professor Paul Mitchell, Professor of Law at UCL Laws, and Dr Stephen Watterson, Lecturer in Law at Cambridge University convened the conference.
This year, the event celebrated the publication of the 50th anniversary edition of Goff & Jones: The Law of Unjust Enrichment, and honoured the memory of the book’s first authors, Lord Goff of Chieveley and Professor Gareth Jones, who both died in 2016.
Professor Paul Mitchell said:
‘Last week’s conference celebrated the fiftieth anniversary edition of Goff and Jones on Unjust Enrichment, which we edit together with Dr Stephen Watterson.
We were delighted to welcome as speakers some of the world’s leading scholars in the area, and to host two days of lively and wide-ranging discussions, which included assessments of how unjust enrichment is developing around the world, and how current English law might need to adapt to meet new challenges.’
Image 1: Professor Charles Mitchell welcomes all to the conference
Image 2 (from left to right): Professor Paul Mitchell, Dr Charlie Webb (LSE) and Dr Sirko Harder (University of Sussex)
Image 3 (from left to right): Sir Philip Sales (Court of Appeal), Professor Ben McFarlane, Professor Andrew Burrows (University of Oxford) and Dr Tatiana Cutts (LSE)