The treasure in the heart of man – making prisons work – Ministry of Justice

Posted July 17th, 2015 in education, prisons, recidivists, rehabilitation, speeches by tracey

‘Speech given at Prisoners Learning Alliance by Michael Gove.’

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Ministry of Justice, 17th July 2015

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LSB Chief Executive speaks at Westminster Legal Policy Forum event on innovation in legal services – Legal Services Board

‘The Legal Services Board Chief Executive Richard Moriarty spoke at the Westminster Legal Policy Forum event: Innovation in legal services market – growth, skills and new business models.’

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Legal Services Board, 9th July 2015

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Speech by Lord Chief Justice: Dinner for Her Majesty’s Judges – Courts and Tribunals Judiciary

‘Speech by The Right Hon. The Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd, Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales.’

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Courts and Tribunals Judiciary, 9th July 2015

Source: www.judiciary.gov.uk

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Jeremy Phillips speaks to the Oxford Law Vox – OUP Blog

Posted July 7th, 2015 in intellectual property, news, speeches by sally

‘In the second of Oxford’s new series of Law Vox podcasts, Jeremy Phillips, editor of Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice, describes how the field of intellectual property law looked when he started his illustrious intellectual property law career. Jeremy’s conversation with Law Vox also addresses how intellectual property evolved and grew to encompass many different features.’

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OUP Blog, 7th July 2015

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Speech by Lord Justice Beatson: Closer Engagement with Parliament – Speech by Lord Justice Jack Beatson

Posted July 3rd, 2015 in judiciary, parliament, select committees, speeches by tracey

‘Speech by Lord Justice Beatson: Closer Engagement with Parliament.’

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Courts and Tribunals Judiciary, 2nd July 2015

Source: www.judiciary.gov.uk

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What does a one nation justice policy look like? – Speech by Michael Gove

Posted June 23rd, 2015 in civil justice, criminal justice, pro bono work, rule of law, speeches by tracey

‘Speech given at the Legatum Institute.’

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Ministry of Justice, 23rd June 2015

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Speech by Lord Chief Justice: Judicial Leadership – Courts and Tribunals Judiciary

Posted June 23rd, 2015 in judiciary, news, speeches by tracey

‘The Lord Chief Justice gave a speech on Judicial Leadership at the Conference on The Paradox of Judicial Independence UCL Constitution Unit on 22 June 2015.’

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Courts and Tribunals Judiciary, 22nd June 2015

Source: www.judiciary.gov.uk

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On Fantasy Island: British politics, English judges and the European Convention on Human Rights – LSE Public Lecture

Posted June 8th, 2015 in human rights, judiciary, news, speeches, treaties by sally

‘Conor Gearty unpicks the myths, illusions and downright lies that infect political engagement with human rights in Britain – and discussion of the Human Rights Act in particular.’

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LSE Public Lecture, Recorded on 6 November 2014

Source: www.lse.ac.uk

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Keir Starmer defends Human Rights Act in maiden Commons speech – The Guardian

Posted May 29th, 2015 in human rights, news, parliament, speeches by sally

‘The “put upon and the bullied” in society will suffer if the Tories press ahead with their manifesto pledge to scrap the Human Rights Act, former director of public prosecutions Sir Keir Starmer has said.’

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The Guardian, 28th May 2015

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Queen’s Speech 2015: Scrapping the human rights act, right to buy, and an EU referendum – what you can expect – The Independent

‘The Queen’s Speech marks the start of this session of parliament. The address, written by government ministers, is delivered by the Queen and lays out the Government’s agenda for the next year.’

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The Independent, 26th May 2015

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Harbour Lecture by Lord Justice Dyson MR: Confronting Costs Management – Courts and Tribunals Judiciary

Posted May 15th, 2015 in budgets, case management, costs, speeches by tracey

‘Harbour Lecture by Lord Justice Dyson MR: Confronting Costs Management.’

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Courts and Tribunals Judiciary, 14th May 2015

Source: www.judiciary.gov.uk

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Speech by Lord Justice Geoffrey Vos: Presentation to the Conference in Brno Czech Republic – Courts and Tribunals Judiciary

Posted May 15th, 2015 in judiciary, speeches by tracey

‘Speech by Lord Justice Geoffrey Vos: Presentation to the Conference in Brno Czech Republic.’

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Courts and Tribunals Judiciary, 14th May 2015

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Delay Too Often Defeats Justice – Speech by Master of the Rolls

Posted April 30th, 2015 in case management, costs, delay, magna carta, news, speeches by sally

Delay Too Often Defeats Justice (PDF)

Speech by Master of the Rolls

The Law Society, Magna Carta Event, 22nd April 2015

Source: www.judiciary.gov.uk

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The Professions: Power, Privilege and Legal Liability – Speech by Lord Justice Jackson

Posted April 30th, 2015 in legal profession, negligence, news, professional conduct, speeches by sally

The Professions: Power, Privilege and Legal Liability (PDF)

Speech by Lord Justice Jackson

Professional Negligence Bar Association, 21st April 2015

Source: www.judiciary.gov.uk

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Contract Formation and the Fog of Rectification – Speech by Sir Terence Etherton

Posted April 30th, 2015 in contracts, news, rectification, speeches by sally

Contract Formation and the Fog of Rectification (PDF)

Speech by Sir Terence Etherton

Judiciary of England and Wales, 24th April 2015

Source: www.judiciary.gov.uk

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Liberties, Customs and the Free Flow of Trade – Speech by the Master of the Rolls

Liberties, Customs and the Free Flow of Trade (PDF)

Speech by the Master of the Rolls

4th Annual British Irish Commercial Law Forum, 23rd April 2015

Source: www.judiciary.gov.uk

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Senior judge says the UK needs a new Copyright Act – OUT-LAW.com

Posted April 30th, 2015 in copyright, EC law, intellectual property, internet, judges, legislation, news, speeches by sally

‘The UK government should create a new Copyright Act to address changes in technology, developments internationally and in the EU and a range of problems and issues that have arisen with existing UK copyright laws since they were introduced in 1988, a senior judge has said.’

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OUT-LAW.com, 29th April 2015

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Jackson: ‘Professional negligence’ could disappear as attitudes to professionals change – Legal Futures

Posted April 28th, 2015 in negligence, news, professional conduct, speeches by sally

‘Professional negligence as a discrete body of law could disappear if restrictions on the liability of professionals continue to be swept aside as social attitudes towards them also change, Lord Justice Jackson has predicted.’

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Legal Futures, 28th April 2015

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“High-minded tosh” – the current brouhaha about the Magna Carta – UK Human Rights Blog

Posted March 17th, 2015 in constitutional history, legal history, magna carta, news, speeches by sally

‘Let’s apply some hard history to the 13th century charter governing the obligations flowing between King John and his barons, or at least read the thing. So says Lord Sumption in a fascinating address to Friends of the British Library on 9 March.’

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UK Human Rights Blog, 16th March 2015

Source: www.ukhumanrightsblog.com

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Speech by HHJ Jarman: Administrative Court in Wales – Challenges and Opportunities – Judiciary of England and Wales

‘His Honour Judge Jarman QC gave a speech “Administrative Court in Wales: Challenges and Opportunities” at Swansea University on 19 November 2014.’

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Judiciary of England and Wales, 6th March 2015

Source: www.judiciary.gov.uk

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