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From 12 to 14 September 2016, the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge held the second in a biennial series conferences on Public Law.

The theme for the second Public Law Conference was "The Unity of Public Law?". The conference brought together academics, judges and practitioners from a range of Public Law fields and a variety of common law jurisdictions. The intention was that the Public Law series should become a pre-eminent forum for the discussion of Public Law matters in the common law world.

For more information about the Public Law Conference, please refer to http://www.publiclawconference.law.cam.ac.uk/

Public Law Conference 2016: The Unity of Public Law‪?‬ Cambridge University

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From 12 to 14 September 2016, the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge held the second in a biennial series conferences on Public Law.

The theme for the second Public Law Conference was "The Unity of Public Law?". The conference brought together academics, judges and practitioners from a range of Public Law fields and a variety of common law jurisdictions. The intention was that the Public Law series should become a pre-eminent forum for the discussion of Public Law matters in the common law world.

For more information about the Public Law Conference, please refer to http://www.publiclawconference.law.cam.ac.uk/

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    Justice Stratas, Professor Cora Hoexter, Professor Richard Rawlings and Professor Johannes Chan: ‘Themes and Reflections’

    Justice Stratas, Professor Cora Hoexter, Professor Richard Rawlings and Professor Johannes Chan: ‘Themes and Reflections’

    From 12 to 14 September 2016, the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge held the second in a biennial series of conferences on Public Law.

    The theme for the second Public Law Conference was "The Unity of Public Law?". The conference brought together academics, judges and practitioners from a range of Public Law fields and a variety of common law jurisdictions. The intention was that the Public Law series should become a pre-eminent forum for the discussion of Public Law matters in the common law world.

    In this video, Professor Mark Elliott introduces Justice Stratas, Professor Cora Hoexter, Professor Richard Rawlings and Professor Johannes Chan as they offer their reflections on the papers and themes presented at the conference.

    For more information about the Public Law Conference, please refer to http://www.publiclawconference.law.cam.ac.uk/

    • 58 min
    Justice Stratas, Professor Cora Hoexter, Professor Richard Rawlings and Professor Johannes Chan: ‘Themes and Reflections’ (audio)

    Justice Stratas, Professor Cora Hoexter, Professor Richard Rawlings and Professor Johannes Chan: ‘Themes and Reflections’ (audio)

    From 12 to 14 September 2016, the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge held the second in a biennial series of conferences on Public Law.

    The theme for the second Public Law Conference was "The Unity of Public Law?". The conference brought together academics, judges and practitioners from a range of Public Law fields and a variety of common law jurisdictions. The intention was that the Public Law series should become a pre-eminent forum for the discussion of Public Law matters in the common law world.

    In this video, Professor Mark Elliott introduces Justice Stratas, Professor Cora Hoexter, Professor Richard Rawlings and Professor Johannes Chan as they offer their reflections on the papers and themes presented at the conference.

    For more information about the Public Law Conference, please refer to http://www.publiclawconference.law.cam.ac.uk/

    This entry provides an audio source for iTunes U.

    • 58 min
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    Professor Cheryl Saunders: ‘Transplants in Public Law’ / Professor Aileen McHarg: ‘Unity and Diversity in the United Kingdom’s Territorial Constitution’

    Professor Cheryl Saunders: ‘Transplants in Public Law’ / Professor Aileen McHarg: ‘Unity and Diversity in the United Kingdom’s Territorial Constitution’

    From 12 to 14 September 2016, the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge held the second in a biennial series of conferences on Public Law.

    The theme for the second Public Law Conference was "The Unity of Public Law?". The conference brought together academics, judges and practitioners from a range of Public Law fields and a variety of common law jurisdictions. The intention was that the Public Law series should become a pre-eminent forum for the discussion of Public Law matters in the common law world.

    In this video, Lord Reed (UK Supreme Court) introduces Professor Cheryl Saunders who spoke on the topic ‘Transplants in Public Law’, and Professor Aileen McHarg who spoke on the topic ‘Unity and Diversity in the United Kingdom’s Territorial Constitution’.

    For more information about the Public Law Conference, please refer to http://www.publiclawconference.law.cam.ac.uk/

    • 43 min
    Professor Cheryl Saunders: ‘Transplants in Public Law’ / Professor Aileen McHarg: ‘Unity and Diversity in the United Kingdom’s Territorial Constitution’ (audio)

    Professor Cheryl Saunders: ‘Transplants in Public Law’ / Professor Aileen McHarg: ‘Unity and Diversity in the United Kingdom’s Territorial Constitution’ (audio)

    From 12 to 14 September 2016, the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge held the second in a biennial series of conferences on Public Law.

    The theme for the second Public Law Conference was "The Unity of Public Law?". The conference brought together academics, judges and practitioners from a range of Public Law fields and a variety of common law jurisdictions. The intention was that the Public Law series should become a pre-eminent forum for the discussion of Public Law matters in the common law world.

    In this video, Lord Reed (UK Supreme Court) introduces Professor Cheryl Saunders who spoke on the topic ‘Transplants in Public Law’, and Professor Aileen McHarg who spoke on the topic ‘Unity and Diversity in the United Kingdom’s Territorial Constitution’.

    For more information about the Public Law Conference, please refer to http://www.publiclawconference.law.cam.ac.uk/

    This entry provides an audio source for iTunes U.

    • 43 min
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    Hiebert ‘Parliamentary Bills of Rights: Do They Alter the Norms of Legislative Decision-Making?’ / Geiringer ‘Unity and Disunity in the Commonwealth Model of Human Rights Protection’

    Hiebert ‘Parliamentary Bills of Rights: Do They Alter the Norms of Legislative Decision-Making?’ / Geiringer ‘Unity and Disunity in the Commonwealth Model of Human Rights Protection’

    From 12 to 14 September 2016, the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge held the second in a biennial series of conferences on Public Law.

    The theme for the second Public Law Conference was "The Unity of Public Law?". The conference brought together academics, judges and practitioners from a range of Public Law fields and a variety of common law jurisdictions. The intention was that the Public Law series should become a pre-eminent forum for the discussion of Public Law matters in the common law world.

    In this video, Chief Justice French (High Court of Australia) introduces Professor Janet Hiebert who spoke on the topic ‘Parliamentary Bills of Rights: Do They Alter the Norms of Legislative Decision-Making?’ and Professor Claudia Geiringer who spoke on ‘Unity and Disunity in the Commonwealth Model of Human Rights Protection’.

    For more information about the Public Law Conference, please refer to http://www.publiclawconference.law.cam.ac.uk/

    • 41 min
    Hiebert ‘Parliamentary Bills of Rights: Do They Alter the Norms of Legislative Decision-Making?’ / Geiringer ‘Unity and Disunity in the Commonwealth Model of Human Rights Protection’ (audio)

    Hiebert ‘Parliamentary Bills of Rights: Do They Alter the Norms of Legislative Decision-Making?’ / Geiringer ‘Unity and Disunity in the Commonwealth Model of Human Rights Protection’ (audio)

    From 12 to 14 September 2016, the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge held the second in a biennial series of conferences on Public Law.

    The theme for the second Public Law Conference was "The Unity of Public Law?". The conference brought together academics, judges and practitioners from a range of Public Law fields and a variety of common law jurisdictions. The intention was that the Public Law series should become a pre-eminent forum for the discussion of Public Law matters in the common law world.

    In this video, Chief Justice French (High Court of Australia) introduces Professor Janet Hiebert who spoke on the topic ‘Parliamentary Bills of Rights: Do They Alter the Norms of Legislative Decision-Making?’ and Professor Claudia Geiringer who spoke on ‘Unity and Disunity in the Commonwealth Model of Human Rights Protection’.

    For more information about the Public Law Conference, please refer to http://www.publiclawconference.law.cam.ac.uk/

    This entry provides an audio source for iTunes U.

    • 41 min

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