‘If the rule of law was one of the main pillars of the English constitution in the eyes of Victorian jurists, its crowning glory was the writ of habeas corpus, which ensured that no one could be deprived of their liberty save by law. This paper will explore the various ways in which this was used at the end of the nineteenth and in the early twentieth century.’
Date: 29th January 2015, 6.00-7.00pm
Location: UCL Laws, Bentham House, WC1H 0EG
Charge: Free, registration required
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