Bookings are now open for the Annual JUSTICE Human Rights Conference.
Following an opening keynote address by Harold Hongju Koh, Sterling Professor of International Law at Yale Law School, and a Review of the Year delivered by Samantha Knights QC, you will be able to take part in two break-out sessions, before hearing their closing fireside chat with Professor Leslie Thomas QC, Professor of Law at Gresham College, and closing debate on “The Covid Inquiry: the impact on the justice system“.
The break-out sessions will run simultaneously; while you will only be able to attend one ‘live’ on each day, they will record them all, allowing you to watch the others at your leisure. This year their panels will explore: Judicial Review, Crime, Housing and Homelessness, Protest as a Human Right, Family and Child Rights, and Immigration and Asylum. The Conference is worth eight CPD hours.