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Tuesday 26 October 2010 saw a marathon event in the Faculty of English. Faculty members read all of Wordsworth's substantial poem "The Prelude" live and online. The entire reading took approximately ten hours.This reading is a deliberate sequel to our reading of Milton's great poem "Paradise Lost" (twelve hours long) in 2008, which was part of the celebrations for Milton's four-hundredth birthday.Wordsworth fought as a poet to break free from Milton's influence, and yet he chose to write his ...
 
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A BBC World Service programme broadcast on 29 August 1991.What is Civil Law, and why does the legal system of ancient Rome still matter? This second of five programmes looks at how many countries' legal systems can trace part of their legal history back to Rome.Programme information is available at https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p03m0hxrProvided…
 
A BBC World Service programme broadcast on 19 August 1991.The history of common law in England and how it spread across the English-speaking world, adapting to local cultures. Plus, the development of the legal system, and questions arising from recent miscarriages of justice.In this first of five parts, speakers include Lord Denning, legal histori…
 
Cambridge Socio-Legal Group webinar.Speaker: Davide Luca, Department of Land Economy, Cambridge UniversityThe adoption of low-carbon energy sources is considered as one of the key policies to tackle climate change and, to this aim, many European governments have been supporting the transition to renewable energy through subsidies. Growing anecdotal…
 
Cambridge Socio-Legal Group webinar.Speaker: Davide Luca, Department of Land Economy, Cambridge UniversityThe adoption of low-carbon energy sources is considered as one of the key policies to tackle climate change and, to this aim, many European governments have been supporting the transition to renewable energy through subsidies. Growing anecdotal…
 
Speaker: Adam Wagner, Doughty Street ChambersThe coronavirus pandemic has driven liberal democracies to forfeit individual liberties of citizens in benefit of the collective well-being of society, thereby giving new colours to fundamental debates long entrenched in the human rights movement worldwide. In the UK, the most relevant corollary of the c…
 
Speaker: Adam Wagner, Doughty Street ChambersThe coronavirus pandemic has driven liberal democracies to forfeit individual liberties of citizens in benefit of the collective well-being of society, thereby giving new colours to fundamental debates long entrenched in the human rights movement worldwide. In the UK, the most relevant corollary of the c…
 
On 27 October 2020 Lord Sumption delivered the 2020 Cambridge Freshfields Lecture entitled "Government by decree - Covid-19 and the Constitution".The disputes over Brexit last year saw an attempt to make the executive, not Parliament, the prime source of authority in the Constitution. The coronavirus crisis has provoked another attempt to marginali…
 
On 27 October 2020 Lord Sumption delivered the 2020 Cambridge Freshfields Lecture entitled "Government by decree - Covid-19 and the Constitution".The disputes over Brexit last year saw an attempt to make the executive, not Parliament, the prime source of authority in the Constitution. The coronavirus crisis has provoked another attempt to marginali…
 
In these two public webinars from the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge, the panels explore the enormous additional pressures that the pandemic has imposed on the criminal justice system.In this second webinar we look at the current conditions in English prisons and explore why more has not been done for those in custody throughout the …
 
In these two public webinars from the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge, the panels explore the enormous additional pressures that the pandemic has imposed on the criminal justice system.In this second webinar we look at the current conditions in English prisons and explore why more has not been done for those in custody throughout the …
 
In these two public webinars from the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge, the panels explore the enormous additional pressures that the pandemic has imposed on the criminal justice system.In the first event, our focus is the courts and we explore the reality of daily life in magistrates’ courts and in the Crown Court, from bail applicati…
 
In these two public webinars from the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge, the panels explore the enormous additional pressures that the pandemic has imposed on the criminal justice system.In the first event, our focus is the courts and we explore the reality of daily life in magistrates’ courts and in the Crown Court, from bail applicati…
 
A webinar hosted by the Cambridge Socio-Legal Group.May Hen-Smith is a PhD student in Sociology at Cambridge. She is a former tax collector from Canada Revenue Agency and studies offshore financial centres. She is also co-founder of the Cambridge Tax Discussion Group, a student-led discussion group which began in 2015 and continues to meet weekly d…
 
A webinar hosted by the Cambridge Socio-Legal Group.May Hen-Smith is a PhD student in Sociology at Cambridge. She is a former tax collector from Canada Revenue Agency and studies offshore financial centres. She is also co-founder of the Cambridge Tax Discussion Group, a student-led discussion group which began in 2015 and continues to meet weekly d…
 
Speaker: Dr Brian Sloan, College Lecturer & Fellow in Law, Robinson College, CambridgeA joint seminar between Cambridge Reproduction and the Cambridge Socio-Legal Group.In 2015, The Independent newspaper reported the case of a man who had ‘failed’ a paternity test in the United States because the genetic material in his saliva was different from th…
 
Speaker: Dr Brian Sloan, College Lecturer & Fellow in Law, Robinson College, CambridgeA joint seminar between Cambridge Reproduction and the Cambridge Socio-Legal Group.In 2015, The Independent newspaper reported the case of a man who had ‘failed’ a paternity test in the United States because the genetic material in his saliva was different from th…
 
In its judgment pronounced on 5 May, the Second Senate of the Federal Constitutional Court granted several constitutional complaints directed against the Public Sector Purchase Programme (PSPP) of the European Central Bank (ECB). The Court found that the Federal Government and the German Bundestag violated the complainants’ rights under Art. 38(1) …
 
In its judgment pronounced on 5 May, the Second Senate of the Federal Constitutional Court granted several constitutional complaints directed against the Public Sector Purchase Programme (PSPP) of the European Central Bank (ECB). The Court found that the Federal Government and the German Bundestag violated the complainants’ rights under Art. 38(1) …
 
Lord Pannick QC spoke about "Miller (No 2), the Case of the Decade?" on Tuesday 3 March 2020 at the Faculty of Law, as a guest on the regular Cambridge University Law Society (CULS) speaker programme.This event was designed to enrich the constitutional law tripos module but was open to all year groups interested in gaining a deeper insight into wha…
 
Lord Pannick QC spoke about "Miller (No 2), the Case of the Decade?" on Tuesday 3 March 2020 at the Faculty of Law, as a guest on the regular Cambridge University Law Society (CULS) speaker programme.This event was designed to enrich the constitutional law tripos module but was open to all year groups interested in gaining a deeper insight into wha…
 
On 28 February 2020 Dr Ewan Smith (University of Oxford) gave a seminar entitled "Is Foreign Policy Special?" hosted by the Centre for Public Law (CPL).For more information see the CPL website at:https://www.cpl.law.cam.ac.ukبقلم Cambridge University
 
The Centre for European Legal Studies (CELS) hosts an annual public lecture in honour of Lord Mackenzie-Stuart, the first British Judge to be President of the Court of Justice. Among the eminent scholars of European legal studies invited to give the lecture are Professor Joseph Weiler, former Judge David Edwards of the European Court of Justice, an…
 
The Centre for European Legal Studies (CELS) hosts an annual public lecture in honour of Lord Mackenzie-Stuart, the first British Judge to be President of the Court of Justice. Among the eminent scholars of European legal studies invited to give the lecture are Professor Joseph Weiler, former Judge David Edwards of the European Court of Justice, an…
 
On 21 January 2020, CULS hosted a debate on the proposition "In defence of Foakes v Beer", which featured Dr Janet O'Sullivan and Mr William Day, chaired by Dr Jonathan Morgan.This is the central question posed by the seminal contract case of Foakes v Beer, and a question which generations of law tripos students have had to grapple with.This event …
 
The problems arising from Europe's troubled history was the subject of the fourth seminar in the ‘Future of Europe’ series, which took place at the University of Cambridge’s Faculty of Law in 2004.The seminar was held on Wednesday 28 January 2004, and discussed the issues of nationalism and the bitterness of past conflicts and how the problems stil…
 
The problems arising from Europe's troubled history was the subject of the fourth seminar in the ‘Future of Europe’ series, which took place at the University of Cambridge’s Faculty of Law in 2004.The seminar was held on Wednesday 28 January 2004, and discussed the issues of nationalism and the bitterness of past conflicts and how the problems stil…
 
The problems arising from Europe's troubled history was the subject of the fourth seminar in the ‘Future of Europe’ series, which took place at the University of Cambridge’s Faculty of Law in 2004.The seminar was held on Wednesday 28 January 2004, and discussed the issues of nationalism and the bitterness of past conflicts and how the problems stil…
 
The problems arising from Europe's troubled history was the subject of the fourth seminar in the ‘Future of Europe’ series, which took place at the University of Cambridge’s Faculty of Law in 2004.The seminar was held on Wednesday 28 January 2004, and discussed the issues of nationalism and the bitterness of past conflicts and how the problems stil…
 
On 7 November 2003, Sir Kenneth Keith (Senior New Zealand Court of Appeal Judge) delivered the third Sir David Williams Lecture entitled "Sovereignty at the Beginning of the 21st Century - Fundamental or Outmoded?".The Sir David Williams Lecture is an annual address delivered by a guest lecturer in honour of Sir David Williams, Emeritus Rouse Ball …
 
On 15th May 2001, the Hon Justice Sandra Day O'Connor delivered the inaugural Sir David Williams Lecture entitled "Altered States: Federalism and Devolution at the 'Real' Turn of the Millennium".The Sir David Williams Lecture is an annual address delivered by a guest lecturer in honour of Sir David Williams, Emeritus Rouse Ball Professor of English…
 
In another of the CELS occasional podcast documentary series we speak to three of our academics from the University of Cambridge about the reputation of the UK now following three years of ups and downs in its #Brexit negotiations with the EU.We ask Albertina Albors-Llorens, Professor of European Union Law; Catherine Barnard Professor of EU and Emp…
 
A discussion held at the University of Cambridge on 18 November 2019, with Sir Patrick Elias, Professor Mark Elliott, and Professor Alison Young. The event was hosted by the Centre for Public Law.In R (Privacy International) v Investigatory Powers Tribunal [2019] UKSC 22, the Supreme Court, by 4 judgments to 3, concluded that a clause removing judi…
 
A discussion held at the University of Cambridge on 18 November 2019, with Sir Patrick Elias, Professor Mark Elliott, and Professor Alison Young. The event was hosted by the Centre for Public Law.In R (Privacy International) v Investigatory Powers Tribunal [2019] UKSC 22, the Supreme Court, by 4 judgments to 3, concluded that a clause removing judi…
 
An event co-hosted by Cambridge Family Law and the Cambridge Socio-Legal Group at the Faculty of Law on 12 November 2019.Speaker: Professor Nancy Dowd, David H. Levin Chair in Family Law at the University of Florida Levin College of Law.Professor Dowd will present the core thesis and arguments of her recent book, Reimagining Equality: A New Deal fo…
 
On 1 November 2019 the University of Cambridge held its most recent Postgraduate Open Day (https://www.graduate.study.cam.ac.uk/events/postgraduate-open-day). As part of this hugely popular event, Professor Brian Cheffins, Director of the MCL, gave a talk that provided an overview of the MCL programme, MCL entry requirements and the application pro…
 
Professor Daniel Bodansky will speak about ‘Law and Politics in the UN Climate Regime: A Preview of the Santiago Climate Conference.’ Followed by a Q&A. Is implementation of the Paris Agreement on track? What are the Agreement's prospects for success? The talk will review developments in the international climate change regime, including the recent…
 
On Friday 18 October 2019, Lady Brenda Hale delivered the 2019 Sir David Williams Lecture entitled "Principle and Pragmatism in Public Law".The Sir David Williams Lecture is an annual address delivered by a guest lecturer in honour of Sir David Williams, Emeritus Rouse Ball Professor of English Law and Emeritus Vice-Chancellor of Cambridge Universi…
 
On Friday 18 October 2019, Lady Brenda Hale delivered the 2019 Sir David Williams Lecture entitled "Principle and Pragmatism in Public Law".The Sir David Williams Lecture is an annual address delivered by a guest lecturer in honour of Sir David Williams, Emeritus Rouse Ball Professor of English Law and Emeritus Vice-Chancellor of Cambridge Universi…
 
The first of four lectures of the LLM Corporate Governance course delivered by Professor Brian Cheffins which form an introduction to the Cambridge LLM Masters Degree Course in Corporate Governance Law.These introductory lectures cover the following topics:a) Corporate Governance as a topic for study;b) Defining Corporate Governance;c) Corporate Go…
 
The first of four lectures of the LLM Corporate Governance course delivered by Professor Brian Cheffins which form an introduction to the Cambridge LLM Masters Degree Course in Corporate Governance Law.These introductory lectures cover the following topics:a) Corporate Governance as a topic for study;b) Defining Corporate Governance;c) Corporate Go…
 
Lecture summary: For many years now Research & Scholarship have become the Alpha and Omega of academic life. Think of the Research Excellence Framework and the cascading effect it has had on the life of UK universities. Think of all other forms of rankings, institutional and individual, which try (miserably) to quantify quality of research, institu…
 
The second of four lectures of the LLM Corporate Governance course delivered by Professor Brian Cheffins which form an introduction to the Cambridge LLM Masters Degree Course in Corporate Governance Law.These introductory lectures cover the following topics:a) Corporate Governance as a topic for study;b) Defining Corporate Governance;c) Corporate G…
 
The first of four lectures of the LLM Corporate Governance course delivered by Professor Brian Cheffins which form an introduction to the Cambridge LLM Masters Degree Course in Corporate Governance Law.These introductory lectures cover the following topics:a) Corporate Governance as a topic for study;b) Defining Corporate Governance;c) Corporate Go…
 
Cambridge Women in Law (CWIL) is an exciting new social network of alumnae at the Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge, which features a diverse range of women from all sectors.CWIL was officially launched on 27 September with an event to mark the centenary of the passing of the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act 1919, when women were finally al…
 
Cambridge Women in Law (CWIL) is an exciting new social network of alumnae at the Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge, which features a diverse range of women from all sectors.CWIL was officially launched on 27 September with an event to mark the centenary of the passing of the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act 1919, when women were finally al…
 
Cambridge Women in Law (CWIL) is an exciting new social network of alumnae at the Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge, which features a diverse range of women from all sectors.CWIL was officially launched on 27 September with an event to mark the centenary of the passing of the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act 1919, when women were finally al…
 
Cambridge Women in Law (CWIL) is an exciting new social network of alumnae at the Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge, which features a diverse range of women from all sectors.CWIL was officially launched on 27 September with an event to mark the centenary of the passing of the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act 1919, when women were finally al…
 
Cambridge Women in Law (CWIL) is an exciting new social network of alumnae at the Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge, which features a diverse range of women from all sectors.CWIL was officially launched on 27 September with an event to mark the centenary of the passing of the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act 1919, when women were finally al…
 
Cambridge Women in Law (CWIL) is an exciting new social network of alumnae at the Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge, which features a diverse range of women from all sectors.CWIL was officially launched on 27 September with an event to mark the centenary of the passing of the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act 1919, when women were finally al…
 
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