Magna Carta Lecture
'The Relevance of Magna Carta Abroad' delivered by The Right Hon. Beverley McLachlin PC, The Chief Justice of Canada. Open to members of all Inns, worth 1.5 CPD for barristers and solicitors.
Date: Thursday 18 June
Cost: £10 per person (includes a drinks reception following the lecture)
Worth 1 Qualifying Session (QS) for Gray's Inn students. Students must book via the Inn's online booking system to gain the QS.
The week of 15 June 2015 marks the 800th Anniversary of the sealing of the Magna Carta. Described as ‘England’s greatest export’, the Magna Carta has had an extraordinary impact on the influence of law and is the foundation for the notion of limited government. The Inn and the Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law invite you to a lecture by Chief Justice McLachlin PC who will examine the impact of the Magna Carta abroad and its relevance today.
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Pre-booking for this event is now closed.
Limited spaces will be available on the door. Payment by cash or cheque will be accepted; unfortunately, we will be unable to accept payment by card on the door.