Keynote lecture: Parliament, Europe and Judicial Activism: Sovereignty in the 21st Century – 4 March 2016

Dinah Rose, QC and President of the University of Leicester Student Law Society, 12–1pm, Peter Williams Lecture Theatre

Dinah Rose QC will give a keynote lecture on the topical and important issues of ‘Parliament, Europe and Judicial Activism: Sovereignty in the 21st Century’.

Dinah Rose QC is a barrister at Blackstone Chambers in the Temple. She has appeared in some of the most high-profile and contentious cases in recent years: she has represented Julian Assange, at the UK Supreme Court; Rupert Murdoch’s News International in phone hacking trials; and the Home Office as a security-cleared special advocate in sensitive immigration cases. She recently acted for The Guardian in The Black Spider memos (Prince Charles’ letters) case before the Supreme Court. She was Public Law Silk of the Year in 2013, and is widely regarded and described as ‘one of the greatest advocates of her generation.’

Venue: Peter Williams Lecture Theatre

This event is free of charge and open to all but places are limited.
Should you require and further information please contact:
t: 0116 229 7764
e: law@le.ac.uk

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