To read our September update please see attached document. Our updates include news about the Law Society’s human rights activities, volunteering and job opportunities, events and training. If you would like to receive our free updates please email HumanRightsUpdate@lawsociety.org.uk
The Law Society is holding a workshop on Monday 12 October in Birmingham 12:00 – 14:00 at De Vere Venues Colmore Gate, 5th & 7th Floor, Colmore Gate Colmore Row to hear about emerging developments in the area of business and human rights, and changing expectations of law firms.
The Law Society is holding a workshop on 13 October in Bristol to hear about emerging developments in the area of business and human rights, and changing expectations of law firms.
The Graham Turnbull Memorial Fund (GTMF), a UK registered charity (Number 1082393), is governed by a Board of Trustees, who oversee the strategy of the charity and ensure compliance with UK charity regulations. All trustees are unpaid volunteers. The Board meets at least three times a year, including the Graham Turnbull Essay Competition Awards Ceremony and the Annual General Meeting.
This debate (recorded on 5 May 2015) discussed questions such as:
This category celebrates excellence and outstanding achievement in Human Rights in the year that marks the 800th anniversary of the sealing of the Magna Carta. We are looking for a solicitor whose sheer determination and dedication has made an exceptional contribution to the promotion, protection and advancement of human rights. This can be either through long term activity or from a ...
There are three areas of specific interest to the Law Society covered in the Queen’s speech: the British Bill of Rights, the Europe Union Referendum Bill and the Investigatory Powers Bill.
Please find attached our Graham Turnbull Essay Competition (GTEC) brochure for 2015.The brochure contains the winning and runner up essay and the summary of the other 4 shortlisted candidates.
Former Attorney General Dominic Grieve, who has judged the Human Rights Essay Competition, will be announcing the winner and giving a short speech at this evening’s prestigious Graham Turnbull Lecture at the Law Society.