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|1 March 2017||14:00||We are delighted to host two external speakers in the research seminar series of the Centre for Commercial and Corporate Law in the Law School. Jonathan Sacher, (Partner in Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP) will talk about the London (and International) Insurance and Reinsurance Market while Roman Khodykin, (Partner in Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP and Visiting Professor, Clare College Cambridge University) will be speaking on International Arbitration (UK and Russian perspectives). Full details|| Add event|
|3 March 2017||11:30||Gordon Bennett is a human rights lawyer who works closely with Survival International. He recently published an article in the Guardian on the rights of tribal people to hunt. In this talk, Gordon will reflect on his work as a barrister and how his role interacts with other agencies involved in supporting the human rights of indigenous people.
This event is designed to give you a flavour of some of the roles and activities involved in working in human rights with indiginous communities.
Students from all disciplines are welcome to come and hear Gordon speak and discuss issues of tribal human rights. Full details|| Add event|