The Times Law Panel: live debate

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The Times Law Panel: live debate-Business-Law-TimesOnline

The impact of the Blair years on the rule of law, the creation of the Ministry of Justice and the impacts of the Clementi reforms were the among the subjects under lively discussion at the first Times Law Panel live debate,
held at the College of Law's Bloomsbury campus in London in front of a crowd of students on Friday, May 18.

Click to listen:
Part I: Tony Blair and the rule of law

Part II: was the creation of a Ministry of Justice a mistake?

Part III: is Clementi overhyped?


Michael Smyth, Clifford Chance

Kirsty Brimelow, 187 Fleet Street Chambers

Katherine Gieve, Bindmans

Philippe Sands, QC, Matrix Chambers

Jonathan McCoy, Vodafone UK

Chair: Nigel Savage, chief executive of The College of Law


Hat Tip to Robert J. Ambrogi

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