Date / time
Date(s) - 20/11/2015
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
General Sir Mike Jackson and the Rt Hon. Sir Menzies Campbell QC discuss the tensions between law and war.
This topic will be explored by two veterans of conflict commentary: General Sir Mike Jackson was Chief of the General Staff at the time of the Iraq war, whilst the Rt Hon. Sir Menzies Campbell QC, former Leader of the Liberal Democrats, is one of the UK’s foremost politicians commenting on foreign affairs.
Tickets cost £15 for JUSTICE members or £25 for non-members.
Bookings are no longer being taken for this event.
JUSTICE Scotland is launching a unique series of events over two years as part of the Securing JUSTICE at 60 Appeal.
Each series will consist of four events around themes that connect the law and the wider world and is designed to engage writers, film-makers, thinkers and social commentators in a dialogue about the law.
JUSTICE is making a small charge for the event in order to raise crucial funds to sustain the Scottish branch. The events will be hosted by the Faculty of Advocates in the Laigh Hall, Parliament House, Edinburgh.
All events will be chaired by the Rt Hon. Lord Hodge, Justice of the UK Supreme Court.
Each event will be followed by a drinks reception and a book signing by contributors.
For information about other events in the series, view the link above.