LSE Law, Mannheim Centre for Criminology and The Howard League for Penal Reform public debate
Date: Monday 12 May 2014
Venue: Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building
Speakers: Edward Fitzgerald QC, Laura Janes, David Renton and other speakers TBC
Recent government reforms threaten to limit access to justice amongst marginal populations. In the face of these reforms, how can we ensure continued access to justice for all?
Edward Fitzgerald is a barrister with Doughty Street Chambers.
Laura Janes is legal director at the Howard League for Penal Reform.
David Renton is a barrister with Garden Court Chambers
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