Sir Jeremy Lever Lecture-Personal Data protection: The contribution of the European Court of Human Rights

by | Feb 2, 2016

The Fourth annual Sir Jeremy Lever Lecture will take place at 5pm on Friday of Week 3. The venue will be The Gulbenkian lecture theatre at the St Cross Building.

Mr Dean Spielmann, the Former President of the European Court of Human Rights, will speak on the topic of Personal Data Protection.

The Chair will be Sir Stephen Richards, Lord Justice of Appeal.

The lecture will be followed by a drinks reception in the main foyer of the St Cross Building.

All are welcome to attend.

Thank you to both Monckton Chambers and All Souls College for their support of the event.

 

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