Places left for our million hit seminar – Wednesday 25 April

18 April 2012 by

In its short two-year life, the UK Human Rights Blog has forged a prominent role at the forefront of comment and opinion on all aspects of Human Rights law, and as I blogged recently, we have now surpassed 1,000,000 hits. 

To celebrate this success we are holding a seminar on the evening of Wednesday 25 April 2012. I will be analysing the impact of the Brighton Conference on the future of the European Court of Human Rights and there will be presentations from other 1 Crown Office Row barristers providing an update on Immigration Law and assessing whether the Strasbourg Courts have gone too far in relation to Article 8.

CPD has been applied for and debate, drinks and snacks will of course follow.

There are still a few places remaining to attend this event.  If you are currently practising within the field of human rights law and would like to attend please contact Charlotte Barrow, Marketing Executive at 1 Crown Office Row  on stating your name and organisation. Places will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.

1 comment;

  1. ObiterJ says:

    Many congratulations on the 1 million and here’s to a successful seminar on 25th April. Keep up the good work – the blog is an excellent resource of information.

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