The Bar Association for Commerce, Finance and Industry. Denning Lectures [website] (Online)
The Bar Association for Commerce, Finance and Industry ;
Dunstable, Beds. UK.:
The Bar Association for Commerce, Finance and Industry.
Lectures include - Law and society 1975 -- The state of the legal profession -- Locus standi and mere Busybody -- Does the law still stand -- Trade Unions on Trial -- The Incoming Tide: the Impact of Community Law in the United Kingdom -- Judicial Review in the Commercial area -- Take-Overs and Self Regulation -- Development of Merger Control in the UK and the European Community -- "Law Reform Now: The Law Commission 25 Years on -- How Far has the Tide Gone? -- The European Convention on Human Rights: time to incorporate -- The Criminal Justice System: Current Problems and Solutions -- -- Cross-Border Insolvency -- The Role of the House of Lords -- The City and the Law -- Let Them Eat CAC!! -- Intellectual Property and Employment -- The Tower of Babel - What happens when a building project goes wrong -- Independence: myth or mystery - Personal reflections of the former Attorney General -- Welcome to the UK Supreme Court -- Rights and Responsibilities: Civic Duty and the Rule of Law -- Is the sword mightier than the pen? Competition enforcement and the law -- Has English law coped with the Lehman collapse? -- The Reputation of the Law -- Commercial litigation - what is tomorrow's Brave New World? -- Cyberspace and the Law -- The British Bill of Rights ? substance or poltergeist -- The English Courts - good for future business? -- An Understanding Heart : Being a Judge in the 21st Century -- Women in law - the next 100 years
From the website "In 1975 we inaugurated an annual lecture by an eminent lawyer. The topic is of general interest to the legal profession and indeed the wider business community. From 1981 the annual lecture became known as The Denning Lecture.."