UK Supreme Court marks ten-year anniversary with special lecture series
5 November 2019
To mark the Supreme Court's tenth anniversary, the Court will host a series of lectures during November and December 2019. A judge from each of the four nations of the Supreme Court will reflect on the Court's work over the last decade and the interplay between the Court and each jurisdiction. The lectures will take place on the following days:
19 November at 6pm
Lord Reed, Deputy President of The Supreme Court
Lord Reed, Deputy President of the Supreme Court will begin the series with a lecture on "The Supreme Court and Scotland: The First Ten Years."
26 November at 6pm
Lord Lloyd-Jones will give a lecture entitled "Wales: Law in a Small Nation".
4 December at 6pm
Lord Kerr will talk about "The impact of the Supreme Court on the law of Northern Ireland."
12 December at 6pm
Lady Hale, President of The Supreme Court
Lady Hale, President of the Supreme Court will close the lecture series with her talk entitled "The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom - Lessons from our first Ten Years."
Tickets for Lady Hales's lecture will go on sale nearer the time.
Tickets for each lecture cost £6. All proceeds from the evening will go to the Supreme Court Arts Trust.