Rapid response on the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) and the EU (Future Relations) Bill

Cambridge Law Faculty published this video item, entitled “Rapid response on the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) and the EU (Future Relations) Bill” – below is their description. A Centre for European Legal Studies (CELS), Centre for Public Law (CPL) and Lauterpacht Centre for International Law (LCIL) Rapid Response Seminar on the EU-UK Trade … Read more Rapid response on the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) and the EU (Future Relations) Bill

The Future of ‘Parole’: Identifying ‘solutions’

Cambridge Law Faculty published this video item, entitled “The Future of ‘Parole’: Identifying ‘solutions’” – below is their description. The Parole Board recently hit the headlines after the Government announced a Root-and-Branch Review of the parole system to explore a number of areas including potentially opening hearings up to the public. The review will build … Read more The Future of ‘Parole’: Identifying ‘solutions’

The Future of ‘Parole’: Identifying ‘problems’

Cambridge Law Faculty published this video item, entitled “The Future of ‘Parole’: Identifying ‘problems’” – below is their description. The Parole Board recently hit the headlines after the Government announced a Root-and-Branch Review of the parole system to explore a number of areas including potentially opening hearings up to the public. The review will build … Read more The Future of ‘Parole’: Identifying ‘problems’

A Level Playing Field for EU-UK Economic Relations: Monckton-CELS webinar

Cambridge Law Faculty published this video item, entitled “A Level Playing Field for EU-UK Economic Relations: Monckton-CELS webinar” – below is their description. The Centre for European Legal Studies is partnering with Monckton Chambers for the ‘Monckton-Faculty of Law Webinar Series on EU Relations Law’. For both the EU and the UK, protection of their … Read more A Level Playing Field for EU-UK Economic Relations: Monckton-CELS webinar

Birth Registration in England and Wales: Inside Family Law

Cambridge Law Faculty published this video item, entitled “Birth Registration in England and Wales: Inside Family Law” – below is their description. Liam Davis, University of Bristol The “Inside Family Law” Project is jointly organised by Claire Fenton-Glynn (University of Cambridge) and Leanne Smith (University of Exeter). The aim of the project is to provide … Read more Birth Registration in England and Wales: Inside Family Law

The Death Penalty Project: Professor Saul Lehrfreund MBE

Cambridge Law Faculty published this video item, entitled “The Death Penalty Project: Professor Saul Lehrfreund MBE” – below is their description. Speaker: Professor Saul Lehrfreund MBE, Co-Founder and Co-Executive Director of The Death Penalty Project The Death Penalty Project is an international legal action charity based at Simons Muirhead & Burton LLP. It aims to … Read more The Death Penalty Project: Professor Saul Lehrfreund MBE

UK External Trade Relations: Monckton-CELS webinar

Cambridge Law Faculty published this video item, entitled “UK External Trade Relations: Monckton-CELS webinar” – below is their description. As the UK moves towards the end of the transition period, Brexit will become less about the UK’s departure from the EU and more about its future relationship with the EU and with other trading nations. … Read more UK External Trade Relations: Monckton-CELS webinar

Getting out of a takeover offer: 3CL Webinar

Cambridge Law Faculty published this video item, entitled “Getting out of a takeover offer: 3CL Webinar” – below is their description. Speaker: Spencer Summerfield (Travers Smith) Chair: Felix Steffek (University of Cambridge) Abstract: This seminar will focus on the (in)ability of a bidder to withdraw from a takeover offer in reliance on a material adverse … Read more Getting out of a takeover offer: 3CL Webinar

‘Gone with the wind’ – Organised crime and the geography of wind farms in Italy’

Cambridge Law Faculty published this video item, entitled “‘Gone with the wind’ – Organised crime and the geography of wind farms in Italy’” – below is their description. Cambridge Socio-Legal Group webinar. Speaker: Davide Luca, Department of Land Economy, Cambridge University The adoption of low-carbon energy sources is considered as one of the key policies … Read more ‘Gone with the wind’ – Organised crime and the geography of wind farms in Italy’

The UK Internal Market: : Monckton-CELS webinar

Cambridge Law Faculty published this video item, entitled “The UK Internal Market: : Monckton-CELS webinar” – below is their description. Leaving the EU internal market has been a clear domestic policy priority of the UK Government albeit one that has encountered political resistance among the constituent nations of the UK. More directly, the repatriation of … Read more The UK Internal Market: : Monckton-CELS webinar

COVID-19 and Human Rights: The Stress Test

Cambridge Law Faculty published this video item, entitled “COVID-19 and Human Rights: The Stress Test” – below is their description. Speaker: Adam Wagner, Doughty Street Chambers The coronavirus pandemic has driven liberal democracies to forfeit individual liberties of citizens in benefit of the collective well-being of society, thereby giving new colours to fundamental debates long … Read more COVID-19 and Human Rights: The Stress Test

The Breaches Regime for Non-custodial Sanctions: Commentary

Cambridge Law Faculty published this video item, entitled “The Breaches Regime for Non-custodial Sanctions: Commentary” – below is their description. Full title: “The Breaches Regime for Non-custodial Sanctions: A Principled Critique of the Current Legislation and Related Sentencing Council Guidance” Commentator: Dr Jake Phillips, Reader in Criminology, Sheffield Hallam University The Assize Seminars provide a … Read more The Breaches Regime for Non-custodial Sanctions: Commentary

The Intellectual Property Implications of Industrial 3D Printing: CIPIL Evening Webinar

Cambridge Law Faculty published this video item, entitled “The Intellectual Property Implications of Industrial 3D Printing: CIPIL Evening Webinar” – below is their description. Speaker: Professor Dinusha Mendis, Bournemouth University Abstract: This presentation will provide an overview of the commissioned project completed for the European Commission in April 2020. Combining an in-depth legal analysis with … Read more The Intellectual Property Implications of Industrial 3D Printing: CIPIL Evening Webinar

Stephen Watterson: Law at Cambridge University

Cambridge Law Faculty published this video item, entitled “Stephen Watterson: Law at Cambridge University” – below is their description. In this talk, Dr Stephen Watterson (Director of the Law Tripos (undergraduate degree)) outlines the nature of the Cambridge Law BA Tripos Degree. The Faculty of Law holds an annual Open Day for undergraduate students, at … Read more Stephen Watterson: Law at Cambridge University

Janet O’Sullivan: Legal Problems

Cambridge Law Faculty published this video item, entitled “Janet O’Sullivan: Legal Problems” – below is their description. In this talk, Dr Janet O’Sullivan explains what a Law supervision is like, through a discussion of a handful of legal questions on the Law of Tort. The Faculty of Law holds an annual Open Day for undergraduate … Read more Janet O’Sullivan: Legal Problems

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Fast facts:

  • Law has been taught at Cambridge since the 1200’s
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