The following podcasts have been recorded in order to provide members with new content during the COVID-19 outbreak. We hope that you find them informative, and the Society’s thanks go all of the speakers for their contributions.
The third of the five Irish conference webinars looked at the issue of third party funding in construction disputes.
Sadabh Ni Fhloinn BL, (Bar of Ireland), moderated the second webinar of the 2020 Ireland conference.
Following the recent publication of his book, “The Roman Occupation of Britain and its Legacy”, Sir Rupert takes a light-hearted, yet fascinating, look at one of the Roman Empire’s greatest engineering feats, Hadrian’s wall.
Opening by Mr. Justice David Barniville, followed by key note speaker Anneliese Day Q.C
Nicola Dunleavy and Andrew Miller QC look at some lessons to be learnt from recent online trials, arbitrations and mediations they have been involved in.
Steven Walker QC presents an update on Case Law
Anson Cheung and Serena Lee presented an overview of their prize winning papers from this years SCL Hudson Prize.
Patrick Lane SC and Jonathan Ripley-Evans discuss the new International Arbitration Rules recently launched by The Arbitration Foundation of South Africa
Gregory Jones Q.C (Francis Taylor Buildings, London) and Dermot Flanagan S.C (Law Library, Dublin) gave an overview of recent trends in Compulsory Purchase Orders.
Now that the Supreme Court has reached its decision in Bresco v Lonsdale, our speakers revisit the talk they gave after the first instance decision.