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Thursday, 27 June 2013, 6:00PM
Barnard's Inn Hall

The Privatisation of Law: Has a World Court finally been created by modern international arbitration?

The Rt Hon The Lord Goldsmith QC

This is the 2013 annual Gray's Inn Reading.

Other Gray's Inn Reading lectures can be accessed here:
    2012 - Privacy and Publicity in Family Law - Their Eternal Tension by The Rt Hon Sir Nicholas Wall
    2011 - Beanstalk or living instrument? 
               by the Rt Hon the Baroness Hale of Richmond
    2010 - The creation of the supreme court by Lord Hope of Craighead LLD FRSE
    2009 - Sisters-in-Law by The Hon Michael Beloff QC
    2008 - Terrorism: Cold War or Bad Law? by Lord Carlile of Berriew QC
    2007 - Access to Justice: Keeping the doors open by Michael Napier CBE QC
    2006 - The International Dimension of Judicial Review
               by The Rt Hon Sir Stephen Richards
    2005 - Family Law: Rights and social consequences
              by The Hon Dame Joyanne Bracewell DBE
    2004 - Tackling Cross border crime by Clare Montgomery QC

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Former Attorney General and currently European Chair of Litigation at Debevoise & Plimpton LLP.

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27 June 2013

The Privatisation of Law: Has a World Court finally been created by modern international arbitration?
The Rt Hon The Lord Goldsmith QC

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