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Terrorism, Fair Trials and the Role of the Courts

28th April 2010

What is the event about?

More and more trials of alleged terrorists are occurring around the world. This event looks from the perspective of experienced judges when they conduct these terrorist cases. These two senior judges - one from Australia and the other from the UK - will reflect on these cases, especially in terms of how to ensure a fair trial when issues of national security are of such relevance. They will consider the role of judges and the law, as well as the rule of law.

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