Independent Review of the Human Rights Act: Cambridge and Oxford Webinar, 1 June 2021

Cambridge Law Faculty published this video item, entitled “Independent Review of the Human Rights Act: Cambridge and Oxford Webinar, 1 June 2021” – below is their description. The Independent Human Rights Act Review (IHRAR) (https://www.gov.uk/guidance/independent-human-rights-act-review) was launched in December 2020 to examine the framework of the Human Rights Act 1998 (HRA), how it is operating … Read more Independent Review of the Human Rights Act: Cambridge and Oxford Webinar, 1 June 2021

Israeli PM: Israel will risk discord with US to confront Iran | Inside Story

Al Jazeera English published this video item, entitled “Israeli PM: Israel will risk discord with US to confront Iran | Inside Story” – below is their description. Netanyahu insists Israel is prepared to prevent Iran from developing an atomic programme, even if the U.S. and other nations succeed in reinstating the 2015 Iran nuclear accord … Read more Israeli PM: Israel will risk discord with US to confront Iran | Inside Story

Covid-19: How Concerning is India’s ‘Double-Mutant’ Variant?

Bloomberg Quicktake: Now published this video item, entitled “Covid-19: How Concerning is India’s ‘Double-Mutant’ Variant?” – below is their description. As coronavirus infections surge by more than 300,000 cases for 15 straight days, pushing India’s tally past 21 million, the country’s limited ability to track new mutations emerging from its outbreak is a growing concern for … Read more Covid-19: How Concerning is India’s ‘Double-Mutant’ Variant?

The James Baldwin Speech Featured in Lovecraft Country | HBO Max

HBO Max published this video item, entitled “The James Baldwin Speech Featured in Lovecraft Country | HBO Max” – below is their description. The premiere episode “Sundown” of Lovecraft Country features James Baldwin’s legendary speech on the American Dream during his 1965 debate against William F. Buckley Jr. at the University of Cambridge. Baldwin’s words … Read more The James Baldwin Speech Featured in Lovecraft Country | HBO Max

Private Equity: Its Place in Corporate Finance and How It Works: 3CL Webinar

Cambridge Law Faculty published this video item, entitled “Private Equity: Its Place in Corporate Finance and How It Works: 3CL Webinar” – below is their description. Speakers: Mr Chris Hale (Chair Emeritus, Travers Smith) and Mr William Paul (Partner, Bridgepoint) This lecture by Chris Hale, Chair Emeritus of Travers Smith, will explore the economic and … Read more Private Equity: Its Place in Corporate Finance and How It Works: 3CL Webinar

Round table: Uber BV and others (Appellants) v Aslam and others (Respondents) [2021] UKSC 5

Cambridge Law Faculty published this video item, entitled “Round table: Uber BV and others (Appellants) v Aslam and others (Respondents) [2021] UKSC 5” – below is their description. Speakers: Dr Zoe Adams, Professor Catherine Barnard, Professor Simon Deakin, Ms Sarah Fraser Butlin, Professor Owen Warnock Experts from the University of Cambridge discuss the recent Supreme … Read more Round table: Uber BV and others (Appellants) v Aslam and others (Respondents) [2021] UKSC 5

On Dignity (Part 3): Dignity and Indignity in the South African Toilet Wars

Cambridge Law Faculty published this video item, entitled “On Dignity (Part 3): Dignity and Indignity in the South African Toilet Wars” – below is their description. Lecture summary: These lectures explore dignity as a worldly phenomenon that is not just an idea, but also a social practice and lived experience. We say that dignity is … Read more On Dignity (Part 3): Dignity and Indignity in the South African Toilet Wars

On Dignity (Part 2): The Idea of Human Dignity

Cambridge Law Faculty published this video item, entitled “On Dignity (Part 2): The Idea of Human Dignity” – below is their description. Lecture summary: These lectures explore dignity as a worldly phenomenon that is not just an idea, but also a social practice and lived experience. We say that dignity is a right, or a … Read more On Dignity (Part 2): The Idea of Human Dignity

On Dignity (Part 1): Dignity as a Worldly Concept

Cambridge Law Faculty published this video item, entitled “On Dignity (Part 1): Dignity as a Worldly Concept” – below is their description. Lecture summary: These lectures explore dignity as a worldly phenomenon that is not just an idea, but also a social practice and lived experience. We say that dignity is a right, or a … Read more On Dignity (Part 1): Dignity as a Worldly Concept

Rising seas: A failure of economics to cut greenhouse emissions | Counting the Cost

Al Jazeera English published this video item, entitled “Rising seas: A failure of economics to cut greenhouse emissions | Counting the Cost” – below is their description. Warnings about the consequences of climate change are arriving at an alarming pace. Vulnerable countries will be the most affected, despite being the least responsible for climate change. … Read more Rising seas: A failure of economics to cut greenhouse emissions | Counting the Cost

German Corporate Governance after Wirecard: 3CL Webinar

Cambridge Law Faculty published this video item, entitled “German Corporate Governance after Wirecard: 3CL Webinar” – below is their description. Speaker: Markus Roth (University of Marburg) Chair: Felix Steffek (University of Cambridge) The payment provider Wirecard was once a member of the German blue chip-index and for many a German tech-hope. Rumors and reports in … Read more German Corporate Governance after Wirecard: 3CL Webinar

The Law of Corporate Debt: A Unifying Theory: 3CL Webinar

Cambridge Law Faculty published this video item, entitled “The Law of Corporate Debt: A Unifying Theory: 3CL Webinar” – below is their description. Speaker: Professor Richard Squire (Fordham Law School) Chair: Felix Steffek (University of Cambridge) We offer a theory of the law of corporate debt: the numerous statutory and judge-made mechanisms that augment, amend … Read more The Law of Corporate Debt: A Unifying Theory: 3CL Webinar

Criminal Justice: Access, Architecture, and Aspirations in a Post Covid-19 Future

Cambridge Law Faculty published this video item, entitled “Criminal Justice: Access, Architecture, and Aspirations in a Post Covid-19 Future” – below is their description. The Cambridge Centre for Criminal Justice, University of Cambridge held this webinar on 26th January 2021 Co-chairs: Professor Nicola Padfield and Lorna Cameron The webinar explores: – The effects of design … Read more Criminal Justice: Access, Architecture, and Aspirations in a Post Covid-19 Future

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’