Human Rights Law conference 2015

Date: Thursday 22 October 2015

Location: 9.30-17:00

Venue: Church House Conference Centre, Dean’s Yard, Westminster London SW1P 3NZ

Speakers: Judith Farbey QC, Kirsty Brimelow QC, Professor Geraldine Van Bueren

CPD: 6.5

Fee: Early bird - £399 until 25th September, full price list below

The annual HUMAN RIGHTS LAW CONFERENCE provides delegates with a comprehensive and expert review of the key developments in human rights over the last 12 months.

Following the general election, Human Rights is once again a headline topic with the new government suggesting long reaching reforms. There have been significant case law developments throughout 2015 and their implications are extensive for human rights professionals. Developments across criminal law, equality duties, immigration and asylum, judicial review, and defamation and freedom of expression have had, and will continue to have, an impact on wider human rights laws, policies, and case law developments.


The 17th annual conference will examine a broad range of topical human rights issues, and key legal experts will interpret and discuss recent case law and legislativedevelopments. Delegates will receive practical examples, tools and strategies to overcome inherent issues and challenges and prepare them for what to expect in the year ahead.



Some of the key topics we will be tackling at this year’s Conference include:

• Human rights case law review
• Relationship between the EU charter
and the convention
• The Bill of Rights and the HRA
• Updates in immigration and asylum
• Impact of the immigration act
• Modern slavery act
• Forced labour, slavery and trafficking
from services
• Children’s rights
• Equality
• Extra territorial jurisdiction
• Criminal law update
• Surveillance, privacy, and freedom
of information


To view the full agenda, list of speakers and prices please see here.


To book your places please contact Max Calrke 0207 542 1349 or Cecillia Mcclaran 0207 7542 0454

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