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Read more at: CUHRLS Webinar: 'Karolina Wigura'

CUHRLS Webinar: 'Karolina Wigura'

On 5th March from 17:00-18:00, come to hear Karolian Wigura talk about the Pro-Choice movement and the erosion of civil rights in Poland. Karolina Wigura is a journalist, sociologist, historian and activist. She writes for the Guardian, the New York Times and the Kultura Liberalna - one of Poland’s leading newspapers. This...


Read more at: CUHRLS Webinar: 'In Conversation With: Dame Vera Baird QC'

CUHRLS Webinar: 'In Conversation With: Dame Vera Baird QC'

Dame Vera Baird QC is currently the Victim’s Commissioner and has served as the Police and Crime Commissioner. She will speak about victims’ rights and some of the biggest issues in criminal law from one of the few women who have taken silk. The event will last 1 hour and will include a Questions and Answers segment at the...


Read more at: CUGLS webinar: 'In conversation with Toby Cadman, International Criminal Lawyer'

CUGLS webinar: 'In conversation with Toby Cadman, International Criminal Lawyer'

On Thursday the 4th March at 6pm GMT CUGLS will be joined by Toby Cadman, a barrister and an international law specialist working in the field of war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide, international human rights law, terrorism, anti-corruption, business and human rights, arbitration, extradition and mutual legal...


Read more at: CUGLS webinar: 'In conversation with the Honourable Marilyn Warren AC QC'

CUGLS webinar: 'In conversation with the Honourable Marilyn Warren AC QC'

CUGLS are pleased to share with you our next event in our speaker series where we are lucky to be joined by the Honourable Marilyn Warren AC QC. The webinar will be held at 9pm GMT on Tuesday 2nd March 2021. This time is to accommodate for the time difference, but we recognise this might be late for some so we will also be...


Read more at: CUILS: 'The Challenges Facing International Criminal Law'

CUILS: 'The Challenges Facing International Criminal Law'

Hosted by the Cambridge University International Law Society. Can we use international criminal law to tackle the climate emergency? What changes could be made to the International Criminal Court (ICC) to improve how it functions? Will the new U.S. President Joe Biden change America’s hostile stance to the ICC? These...


Read more at: CELS Webinar: 'Uber BV and others (Appellants) v Aslam and others (Respondents) [2021] UKSC 5'

CELS Webinar: 'Uber BV and others (Appellants) v Aslam and others (Respondents) [2021] UKSC 5'

Speakers: Dr Zoe Adams, Professor Catherine Barnard, Professor Simon Deakin, Ms Sarah Fraser Butlin, Professor Owen Warnock Experts from the University of Cambridge discuss the recent Supreme Court decision the drivers working for the company Uber must be treated as workers rather than self-employed. Zoom registration link...


Read more at: CEENRG Seminars: 'Climate Refugees: The big challenge of Public International Law and the European Union'

CEENRG Seminars: 'Climate Refugees: The big challenge of Public International Law and the European Union'

Speaker: Karla Zambrano, PhD Researcher, University of Valencia. Visiting Researcher at CEENRG Hosted by the Cambridge Centre for Environment, Energy and Natural Resource Governance. Register online .


Read more at: CUILS: 'Brexit: The Future of the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement'

CUILS: 'Brexit: The Future of the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement'

Hosted by the Cambridge University International Law Society. Quite some dust was kicked up with the finalisation of negotiations for the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) on 24 December 2020. Despite having provisionally taken effect more than a month ago, much remains unclear about the operation of the TCA and...


Read more at: 2021 Baron de Lancey Lecture: 'Law, Hormones, and Sport: a level playing field'

2021 Baron de Lancey Lecture: 'Law, Hormones, and Sport: a level playing field'

The Centre for Law, Medicine and Life Sciences is delighted to announce that the 2021 Baron de Lancey Lecture will take place online at 17:30 on Tuesday 30 th March 2021. Speaker: Dr Silvia Camporesi, King’s College London How do we ensure a level playing field in sport given natural variations in human biology? When...


Read more at: Law & Society in History Mobilities, Scales, Methods: Economic Law & Histories of Economic Life

Law & Society in History Mobilities, Scales, Methods: Economic Law & Histories of Economic Life

This Online Seminar is part of the Global Legal Histories Series Joint Centre for History and Economics, University of Cambridge and Joint Center for History and Economics, Harvard University & Lauterpacht Centre for International Law Law & Society in History: Mobilities, Scales, Methods puts a spotlight on...