La toujours très active faculté de Droit de Cambridge nous communique trois rendez-vous à venir :
Friday 30th April 2010, 13:00
LCIL Friday Lunchtime Lecture: Climate Change at Copenhagen
Speaker : Aurora Mateos, Consultant on Climate Change and Law of the Sea; former Legal Adviser, Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission, UNESCO
Time : Lecture starts at 1pm (with lunch, sponsored by Cambridge University Press, from 12:30pm)
Venue : Finley Library, Lauterpacht Centre, 5 Cranmer Road, Cambridge
Friday 30th April 2010, 15:00
Cambridge Forum for Legal & Political Philosophy Seminar: Room G26
The first Easter Term 2010 session of the CFLPP’s monthly seminar will take place on Friday, April 30th, at 3:00pm, in Room G26 of the Law Faculty Building. The seminar will be chaired by Mr Andrea Dolcetti, who is currently a DPhil student at the University of Oxford. For the reading he has chosen Essay XV in H.L.A. Hart’s Essays in Jurisprudence and Philosophy (« Kelsen’s Doctrine of the Unity of Law »).
Monday 3rd May 2010, 17:00
Professor Bernardo Periñán-Gómez: ‘The Roman origin of privacy as a legal value’
Prof. Periñán-Gómez teaches Roman and Comparative Law at Pablo de Olavide University (Seville, Spain). He has previously been Visiting Researcher at Harvard University (European Law Research Center) and at the Universities of Padova and Pavia. He has also taught at Seville and Huelva University. Bernardo Periñán is the head of a the Research Group « Law, Person and Citizen in historical and Contemporary Experience » (2007-2011), officially recognized by the Spanish Ministry of Science. He is the author of two monographs (2000, 2008) and several articles on both private and public Roman law and has coordinated a collective book on Citizenship and Law of Persons in a comparative perspective (2010). He is also a member of the Board of two Journals: Roman Legal Tradition (Glasgow, Harvard, Kansas) and General Journal of Roman Law (Madrid).
The talk is on Monday, 3 May at the Law Faculty, room B16, 5pm.
For organizational purposes it would be useful to signal your intention to attend by sending an email to G. Rossi – firstname.lastname@example.org