Programme for Seminar 2 on March 22 – “Private Law and the Subject of Human Rights”

 

10 –  Arrive, Coffee

 

10.30 – 10.45 – Welcomes, Introductions, Introducing the Bursary Holders.

 

Panel 1 – 10.45 – 12.30

Andrew Williams: Personal Injury Claims in the context of Systemic Human Rights Violations: the case of Britain in Iraq

Nikki Godden: Tort Law, Human Rights and Rape: Beyond the Enforcement of Criminal Justice

 

Reprieve: TBC

 

Discussion, Q & A

 

Lunch – 12:30 – 13.15

 

Panel 2 – 13.15 – 15.00

Maeve O’Rourke: Justice for Magdalenes outside the court: public pressure and international legal campaign for reparations for Ireland’s Magdalene Laundries abuse

Nick Shapiro: Toxic Emergency Housing Units and the Experiential Irrelevance of Law after Hurricane Katrina

Carolina Olarte: New property regimes and the function of (corrective) constitutionalism

 

Discussion, Q&A

 

Coffee 1500 – 15.30

 

Panel 3 – 15. 30 – 17.00

Nicky Priaulx: Humanising Negligence: Damaged Bodies, Biographical Lives and the Limits of Law

Tsachi Keren-Paz: Private law in the service of human rights: the sex trafficking case study

Discussion, Q&A

 

Dinner – 18.00

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