43RD FA MANN LECTURE TAKING PLACE 18 NOVEMBER 2021: “INTERNATIONAL LAW BEFORE UNITED KINGDOM COURTS – A QUIET REVOLUTION”

The 43rd of a series of annual lectures in honour of the late Dr FA Mann QC (Hon) (1907-1991) will take place in London on 18 November 2021. This series of lectures is arranged by the Partners of Herbert Smith Freehills LLP and given under the auspices of the British Institute of International and Comparative Law.

This year’s lecture will be delivered by Justice of the Supreme Court, Lord Lloyd-Jones, on the topic of “International law before United Kingdom Courts – a quiet revolution”. The event is a public lecture and admission is free. Entry is on a first come, first served basis and an early arrival is recommended.

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41st FA Mann Lecture tomorrow: The Rt Hon Dominic Grieve QC MP considers “Brexit- endgame of international engagement or a new start?”

The 41st of a series of annual lectures in honour of the late Dr FA Mann QC (Hon) (1907-1991) will take place tomorrow in London. This series of lectures, arranged by the Partners of Herbert Smith Freehills LLP, and given under the auspices of the British Institute of International and Comparative Law, focuses on issues of public international law.

Tomorrow’s lecture will be delivered by the Rt Hon Dominic Grieve QC MP on the issue of “Brexit- endgame of international engagement or a new start?”. The event is a public lecture and admission is free. Entry is on a first come, first served basis and an early arrival is recommended.

Further details are below:

 

Speaker: The Rt Hon Dominic Grieve QC MP
Title: Brexit – endgame of international engagement or a new start?
Chair: Murray Hunt, Director, Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law

DATE
Thursday 22 November 2018

TIME
Lecture 6:00pm – 7:00pm, followed by a drinks and networking reception

DRESS CODE
Business casual

VENUE
RSA House, 8 John Adam Street, London
WC2N 6EZ

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Please note that this is a public lecture and admission is free. Entry will be on a first come, first served basis. An early arrival is therefore recommended.