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Department of Law/Modern Law Review Chorley Lecture

Date: Tuesday 14 June 2011 
Time: 6-7pm
Venue:  New Theatre, East Building
Speaker: Kate O'Regan
Chair: Professor Hugh Collins

Update: This event will now be taking place in the New Theatre, East Building.

Kate O'Regan reflects on the first 15 years of the South African Constitutional Court.

Kate O'Regan was a judge in the Constitutional Court of South Africa. She was appointed to the bench in 1994 by Nelson Mandela.

The Chorley Lecture is an annual lecture inaugurated in 1972 and named in
honour of Lord Chorley of Kendal, the founding editor of The Modern Law Review.

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