Thomson Reuters Human Rights Law Conference 2014

Date: Wednesday 22 October 2014

Time: 9:00 - 17.30

Location: Church House Conference Centre

Venue: Deans Yard, Westminster, London, SW1P 3NZ

Speakers: Aswini Weereratne QC, Caoilfhionn Gallagher QC, Paul Harvey, Stephen Reeder, Ulele Burnham

CPD: 6.5

Fee: £349.00 + VAT

The Sweet & Maxwell Human Rights Law Conference returns for the 16th Year and once again is poised to deliver to delegates legal updates from across the spectrum of human rights. Both domestic and EU law will be reviewed in plenary sessions aimed at informing all, and more in depth analysis will be provided in the 6 breakout sessions throughout the day.

Following tradition the conference programme is made up for morning and afternoon plenary sessions with a selection of 3 morning breakout sessions and 3 afternoon breakout sessions.

  • Unique session on bringing human rights cases to the UK domestic and EU courts
  • Helpful overview for judicial review, key cases from 2014 and access to legal aid
  • Headline rulings made real: Using lessons learned from the big EU cases to help your clients
  • Update on essential changes to the law and interpretation of new rules

Breakout sessions:


  • Developing human rights in the Court of protection
  • Developments in immigration & asylum law
  • Human rights for commercial organisations


  • How to make sense of sanctions regimes
  • Protecting children’s rights
  • Criminal law, vulnerability, and adaptation of the courts

Speakers include Paul Harvey, Steve Reeder, Aswini Weereratne, Caoilfhionn Gallagher and Ulele Burnham.


Standard Fee

Discounted price until 12th September: £349.00 + VAT

Full price from 13th September: £399 + VAT


Public Sector Fee

Discounted price until 12th September: £249.00 + VAT 

Full price from 13th September: £299 + VAT


Registered Charity/ Academic Fee

£199.00 + VAT 

You must provide a valid charity number or academic reference to claim this fee.


Sweet & Maxwell Professional Development Subscriber

£299.00 + VAT


For more information please see here.

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