Date / time
Date(s) - 04/11/2022
9:00 am - 5:30 pm
Allen & Overy LLP
We’re delighted to announce that this year’s annual JUSTICE Human Rights Conference will be held on Friday 4 November at Allen & Overy LLP, with virtual tickets available for some sessions.
One of the highlights of the human rights lawyer’s CPD calendar, the JUSTICE Annual Human Rights Conference offers a key opportunity to update your legal knowledge and gain valuable insight into the human rights developments over the year. This year’s conference will include breakout sessions on judicial review, crime and policing, inquests and inquiries, family law, social welfare, and immigration and asylum. Our full programme will be released soon.
This year’s speakers include: Judge Tim Eicke KC, Lord Pannick KC, HH Wendy Joseph KC, the Right Reverend James Jones KBE, Allison Munroe KC, Simon Creighton, Teertha Gupta KC, and Sarah Hannett KC, with more to be announced.
We are very grateful to Allen & Overy LLP for hosting us in what will be a lively and informative series of speeches and breakout sessions this Autumn. All income from the event will directly support the work of JUSTICE.
This Conference will be worth six CPD hours.
In person tickets are sold out.
If you are unable to join us in London, this year’s Conference will also be accessible via Zoom. Virtual tickets include streamed access to the opening keynote session, review of the year, fireside chat, and closing debate, as well as the morning breakout session on Judicial Review and the afternoon session on Crime. Please note that virtual and in-person tickets cannot be exchanged.
To arrange a group booking, please email email@example.com.
We will be providing all attendees with their digital Conference pack a week before the Conference.
9:30am – 11am
Keynote speakers (also available virtually)
Judge Tim Eicke KC, the UK’s judge on the European Court of Human Rights
I. Stephanie Boyce, Immediate Past President of the Law Society of England and Wales
11:30am – 1pm
Morning Breakout Sessions:
- Judicial Review (also available virtually)
Chair: Catherine Callaghan KC, Blackstone Chambers, Chair of The Constitutional and Administrative Law Bar Association
Tessa Gregory, Leigh Day
Sarah Hannett KC, Matrix Chambers
Shu Shin Luh, Doughty Street Chambers
- Family Law
Chair: Mrs Justice Gwynneth Knowles DBE
Andrew Bagchi KC, 1GC Family Law
Mani Basi, 4PB
Professor Jo Delahunty KC, 4PB
Teertha Gupta KC, 4PB
- Inquests and Inquiries
Chair: The Right Reverend James Jones KBE
Adam Chapman, Kingsley Napley
Deborah Coles, Executive Director of INQUEST
Allison Munroe KC, Garden Court Chambers
Ken Sutton, Director of Hillsborough Independent Panel
Afternoon Breakout Sessions
- Crime (also available virtually)
Chair: Simon Creighton, Founding Partner, Bhatt Murphy
Raj Chada, Head of the Criminal Defence, Financial Crime and Regulatory Department, Hodge Jones & Allen
Dr Adam Elliott-Cooper, Queen Mary University of London
Sal Naseem, Regional Director for London, Independent Office for Police Conduct
- Social Welfare
Chair: Judge Verity Jones
Anela Anwar, Z2K
Liz Davies KC, Garden Court Chambers
Tom Royston, Garden Court North Chambers
- Immigration and Asylum
Chair: Sonali Naik KC, Garden Court Chambers
Liz Barratt, Bindmans
Adrian Berry, Garden Court Chambers
Alison Pickup, Asylum Aid
Fireside chat with HH Wendy Joseph KC (also available virtually)
Closing debate on constitutional reform (also available virtually)
Rob Behrens, Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman of United Kingdom
Dominic Casciani, BBC
Elaine Motion, Partner and Chairman at Balfour+Manson, Edinburgh
Lord Pannick KC
Drinks reception to follow