13th January 2011
This event is fully booked.
What is this event about?
Litigation of claims related to international matters affecting the United Kingdom has increased significantly in recent years. Public international law issues are being raised in novel and controversial ways as claimants push at the boundaries of the established extent of jurisdiction of the courts in the UK.
This seminar, the second of an annual series on Public International Law in the UK Courts, will address recent developments, identify current trends and discuss future challenges and opportunities for private litigants, the Government and the courts.
The seminar will be followed by a drinks reception.
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