‘Two leading experts give their differing views on the constitutional foundations of what we understand Europe to be, including a philosophical and historical perspective. An analysis of human rights from the eighteenth century to present day, identifying rights which have evolved from the English law and which are recognised in the human rights law we see today.
The RT Hon Sir Konrad Shiemann
Former Judge of the European Court of Justice
Professor Sir Roger Scruton FBA FRSL
English philosopher and broadcaster
Moderated by Sir Geoffrey Nice QC, leading international human rights and war crimes barrister and former Gresham Professor of Law.’
Date: 20th February 2017, 5.45pm
Location: Parliament Chamber, Inner Temple
Charge: Free to members; Non-members £10 per ticket
More information can be found here.