Conversing with the Law
Date: Wednesday 7 November 2012
Venue: Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House
Speaker: The Hon Mr Justice Singh
Chair: Professor Conor Gearty
Sir Rabinder Singh is a High Court judge who as a barrister was involved in many leading cases, including on Iraq. A unique opportunity to put your question to a highly respected barrister and judge. Ask your question and join the debate @LSELaw.
The Hon. Mr Justice Singh is an English High Court judge of the Queen’s Bench Division and was a founding member of Matrix Chambers.
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