Conference Events 2017

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Our conference events for 2017 are:

 

Q&A on the Law and Brexit  (conference pass required)

A conversation with the Labour Party Legal front bench, the Vice President of the Law Society and the Chair of the Bar Council to discuss the key legal issues arising from the vote to leave the European Union. 

Sunday 24 September 2017 at 18:30pm 
Room: Hall 7 - Wye

Hilton Brighton Metropole

Kings Road,

Brighton. BN1 2FU

Speakers: Kate O'Rourke, Chair (Society of Labour Lawyers), Baroness Shami Chakrabarti (Shadow Attorney General), Baroness Dianne Hayter (Shadow Spokesperson for Exiting the EU), Christina Blacklaws (Vice President of the Law Society), Andrew Langdon QC (Chair of the Bar Council). 



Justice in the Modern Age  (no conference pass required)

2017 sees opportunities and challenges: a new Lord Chief Justice, new Supreme Court judges, and a radical justice modernisation programme. This panel event, organised with JUSTICE, the Bar Council and the Law Society, explores how to deliver justice in turbulent political times.


Tuesday 26 September 2017 at 13:00pm
The Old Ship,

King’s Road,

Brighton. BN1 1NR

Speakers: Kate O'Rourke, Chair (Society of Labour Lawyers), Baroness Shami Chakrabarti (Shadow Attorney General), Richard Burgon (Shadow Secretary of State for Justice), Andrea Coomber (Director of JUSTICE), Christina Blacklaws (Vice President of the Law Society), Andrew Langdon QC (Chair of the Bar Council). 

 

Young Labour Lawyers - drinks reception  (no conference pass required)

Join us for drinks, nibbles and networking as we discuss the issue of Well Being in the Legal Profession, with Richard Burgon (Shadow Secretary of State for Justice), Andrew Langdon QC (Chair of the Bar Council), Christina Blacklaws (Vice-Chair of the Law Society), Gloria Del Piero (Shadow Justice Team) and Shami Chakrabarti (Shadow Attorney General)

Monday 25th September 2017 at 17:30pm

The Mesmerist, The Lanes

1-3 Prince Albert Street,

Brighton. BN1 1HE

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