The Centre for Financial Law, Regulation & Compliance (FinReg) Visiting Professor Inaugural Event: Academic and Practitioner Engagement: Practitioner Perspectives

The Centre for Financial Law, Regulation & Compliance (FinReg) Visiting Professor Inaugural Event: Academic and Practitioner Engagement: Practitioner Perspectives
Date
24 Feb 2021, 16:00 to 24 Feb 2021, 17:30
Venue
Online Seminar (Zoom)
Description


Online Event  

This webinar brings together four eminent practitioners to discuss how academic research influences their practice and how the relationship between practitioners and academics can be improved. In particular the panel will discuss the ways in which academic research impacts the development of laws (both through the Law Commission and outside of it), how academia influences day to day legal practice, and how academic research can affect cases in Appellant courts in particular. The panel will also discuss how the relationship between legal academics and practitioners can be improved and developed. 

The discussion will also explore what reach and academic writings practitioners find particularly useful, in the different facets of their work. The audience are encouraged to contribute with views on how practitioners can help their research, both in traditional and non-traditional ways. 

Visiting Professor of Practice Public Engagement Series

Barnaby Hone is the inaugural Visiting Professor of Practice at IALS. He has been appointed to promote the relationship between academic study and the practice of law. This will be his inaugural event. The aim of his role and this event is to encourage a closer relationship, and a more open dialogue, between practitioners and academics. Throughout this academic year Barnaby will deliver two lectures, on his area of specialty Asset Recovery and Financial Crime, as well as appear at a number of other academic events. 

Barnaby will host and moderate this discussion on the relationship between practice and academia. 

After a panel discussion there will be time for questions from the audience. All questions and viewpoints are welcome. 

The event is open to all academics, students and practitioners. 

Panellists:

Sarah Clarke QC, Serjeants Inn Chambers;

David Corker, Corker Binning;

Professor Penney Lewis, Law Commission.

Chair: Barnaby Hone, Visiting Professor of Practice IALS, Drystone Chambers


This Webinar is free but advance booking is required. Please note the link to join the meeting will be sent out closer to the event date.


Contact

IALS Events Office
ials.events@sas.ac.uk
020 7862 5800