History Society Lecture

24 November 2020 - 18:00 to 19:00

This is a History Society Lecture.

'Nuremberg and After'

A panel discussion moderated  by Master Howard Morrison. Sir Howard Morrison KCMG, CBE, QC is a Judge of the International Criminal Court based  at The Hague , Netherlands. This year marks the 75th anniversary of the start of the military tribunals held at Nuremberg on 20 November 1945. The trials were a remarkable experiment in international law and were brought to a successful conclusion in October 1946. Ever since they have had an extraordinary impact on International justice, particularly on the development of international criminal law which will be explored in the panel discussion.

Chair

  • Master Howard Morrison, President of the Appeals Division, International Criminal Court

Panelists

  • Shehzad Charania MBE, Director General of the Attorney General's Office (AGO), formerly Head of International and EU Law, AGO
  • Master Bill Clegg QC, counsel for the defence before the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY)

  • Professor Charles Garraway CBE, formerly a senior Army lawyer, Red Cross representative, Stockton Professor at the US Naval College, Visiting Professor at King's College, London, and General Editor of the UK Manual on the Law of Armed Conflict

  • William Shawcross CVO, historian, member of Gray's Inn, son of Hartley Shawcross, currently writing on contemporary anti-semitism in Europe

Cost: Free
Registration: 5.45pm
Qualifying Session (QS): Not accredited as a QS

Booking

Open to all.

Book online via the Gray's Inn Online System (GIOS).

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This event will be delivered remotely using Zoom software. A link to the join the event will be sent by email 24 hours prior to the scheduled start time. Please ensure you have joined before the session is due to start.

Written questions can be submitted in advance by email to Sam Hutchinson.

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