Shakespeare and the Law

PBI UK and Alliance for Lawyers at Risk celebrate the courage of threatened lawyers through the works of Shakespeare at ‘Shakespeare and the Law’ Event

“Cowards die many times before their deaths; The valiant never taste of death but once.” Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar

Shakespeare and the Law - 16 November 2015

PBI UK and the Alliance for Lawyers at Risk cordially invite you to ‘Shakespeare and the Law’ on the evening of 16 November 2015.

Read an article about the event in The Times Law diary here.

PBI UK and the Alliance for Lawyers at Risk are organising a special event on the theme of ‘Shakespeare and the Law’ on 16 November 2015, 6:30 pm to start at 7:00 pm at the Middle Temple Hall.

The evening is being held to honour the courage of lawyers who take risks on a daily basis to defend the Rule of Law. Performances will be given by: Sheila Hancock, Alex Jennings, Juliet Stevenson and Samuel West. As well as recorder players from the Royal College of Music, London performing Fantazias (1680) by Henry Purcell.

Community Consultation and Megaprojects; Addressing the Gaps

Peace Brigades International UK and The Human Rights Consortium, School of Advanced Studies cordially invite you to a panel discussion about: Community Consultation and Megaprojects

on Wednesday 24 June, 18:30 – 20:30

at Senate House – Room G37, Malet Street, London

Speakers Include:

Omar Jeronimo • Nuevo Día Indigenous Association, Guatemala

Monica Feria-Tinta • 20 Essex Street Chambers

Chris Moye • Global Witness


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