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Laws, rules and policies: who decides?

Published: 11 October 2011

The 16th Gabriele Ganz Lecture on Public Law by Professor Anthony Bradley QC

Chair: Professor Mark Spearing, Pro Vice-Chancellor International

Date: Thursday 27 October 2011, 6.00 pm

Venue: Physics Lecture Theatre A, Highfield Campus

Refreshments from 5.30pm in the foyer

All welcome

Professor Anthony Bradley QC

Anthony Bradley's specialisms include constitutional law and the protection of human rights with special reference to the European Convention on Human Rights. Before coming to the Bar, he was Professor of Constitutional Law at the University of Edinburgh.

Anthony has frequently advised on issues of constitutional law within the UK and the Commonwealth. He has taken part in many workshops on administrative law for the Commonwealth Secretariat.

He was made an honorary QC earlier this year.

Official biography:

Gabriele Ganz Public Law Lecture Series: Background

The lecture series was established in honour of Professor Gabriele Ganz at the time of her retirement from the University in 1995 after spending virtually the whole of her working life in the Law School. The underlying theme of the series has been a connection to the issues of public law reflecting Gabi's area of scholarship. Public law has always been taken widely to include aspects of political, administrative and constitutional processes. Indeed, previous lecturers have included judges, academics, politicians and legal practitioners.

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