The Bentham Project are hosting an event entitled ‘Reviving Bentham’s Theory of Evidence, An Anglo-French Symposium’ at Bentham House, Faculty of Laws, University College London which is a part of the Bentham and the Arts seminar series on April 12-13.
The event is funded by University College London and by the French Embassy, and its aim is to bring together students and academics from the UK and France, and indeed from farther a field, in order to discuss Jeremy Bentham’s extensive writings on judicial evidence and procedure.
A keynote speech by Emeritus Quain Professor of Jurisprudence William Twining will be delivered from 6 pm on 12 April at the Denys Holland Lecture Theatre. His plenary lecture will be chaired by Professor Philip Schofield (Professor of the History of Legal and Political Thought, Director of the Bentham Project, and General Editor of The Collected Works of Jeremy Bentham).
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The main symposium will be composed of five ninety-minute sessions over the two days in the Moot Court at Bentham House, with each session consisting of papers from scholars from legal, philosophical, or historical backgrounds.
As well as a plenary lecture by Professor Twining, the symposium will feature papers from Professor Paul Roberts (Professor of Criminal Jurisprudence, University of Nottingham), by Professor Guillaume Tusseau (Professor of Public Law, Sciences Po, Paris), and by several other academics and doctoral students from the UK, France, and the United States.
Further details concerning the speakers of the symposium, and concerning the themes of each session, will be made available soon.
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Professor Twining’s plenary lecture, and the symposium of which it is a part, are both public and free to attend.
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Moot Court, Bentham House, 4–8 Endsleigh Gardens, London WC1H 0EG
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