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Gresham College lecture series

Dec 3, 2018, 17:09 PM
Gresham College has announced a new series of lectures in which Jo Delahunty QC will will examine broader issues of the strengths and flaws within the family justice system, the challenges it has overcome and those it still faces.
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Gresham College has announced a new series of lectures in which Jo Delahunty QC willwill examine broader issues of the strengths and flaws within the family justice system, the challenges it has overcome and those it still faces.

The lectures, which are free to attend, comprise:

1. Ethics in and out of the court room (4 October).
2. Sexual harassment at the Bar (29 November).
3. The 30th anniversary of the Children Act 1989: Is it still fit for purpose? (31 January).
4. Politics and the legal profession (7 March).
5. The child and medical treatment: The chance to live, or to die with dignity? (2 May).
6. Wellbeing at the Bar? Is a family lawyer's work all stress and distress? (6 June).
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