(h/t David Sugarman)
Friday 13 May
The IALS holds an important collection of documents from the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council (JCPC) and has been working on a project to improve the discoverability, visibility and utility of the documents.
This symposium brings together a group of distinguished experts to disseminate and discuss their work on JCPC cases, which include: personalities in the JCPC; experimentation in the Privy Council; the JCPC as the final court of ecclesiastical appeal; Palestine and the JCPC; the impact of the JCPC on constitutional developments and common law around the world; and new open access JCPC research resources.
The symposium is organised collaboratively by the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, the Forum for Legal and Historical Research at the University of Reading and the London Legal History Seminar and is aimed at academic researchers and practitioners in law, history and Commonwealth development.
For more information: Belinda.Crothers@sas.ac.uk