7 September 2015
Venue: Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary University of London, 67-69 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London WC2A 3JB
The aim of the conference is to launch the Centre for Small States as the home for research and learning into the legal issues facing small states (defined as those states with a population of 1.5m or less). The Centre for Small States also includes within its remit some territories that are not classified as states as a matter of international law, yet are sufficiently geographically and culturally distinct entities to be worthy of study in their own right such as the British Crown Dependencies and British Overseas Territories).
-Professor Lino Briguglio, Islands and Small States Institute, University of Malta -Professor Baldur Thorhallsson, Centre for Small State Studies, University of Iceland -Her Honour Justice Mathilda Twomey, Court of Appeal, Seychelles
-Professor Susy Frankel, Victoria University of Wellington -Dr Ann Mumford, King???s College London -Professor Catharine Rogers, Queen Mary University of London and Penn State University
Topics for discussion will include ethics in small jurisdictions, the challenges of mixed legal systems in small states, small states as tax havens, and intellectual property issues.
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£50 - General Registration
£30 - Half Day Registration
£10 - Student Registration