Category Archives: European Court of Justice

Magna Carta Roundtable Discussion

Pic Alan Richardson Dundee, Pix-AR.co.uk Free to USE Round table discussion on the Magna Carta

Pic Alan Richardson Dundee, Pix-AR.co.uk 

Professor Nick Rengger of the School of International Relations hosted a roundtable discussion on Monday 18 May, Magna Carta: A Global Charter of Liberty for the 21st Century? Participants included Professor Thom Brooks of Durham University, Professor Malik Dahlan of Institution Quraysh (and executive committee member of Harvard Law School), former ECJ judge, Professor Sir David Edward QC of Edinburgh University, and Professor John Hudson. The event was jointly organised by the School of International Relations and the Centre for Global Constitutionalism to discuss the significance of Magna Carta in its 800th year.

Prior to the discussion the participants enjoyed a visit to Martyrs Kirk to view some of the oldest and rarest items in the University’s Special Collections, including the Papal Bull from 1413.

Pic Alan Richardson Dundee, Pix-AR.co.uk

Pic Alan Richardson Dundee, Pix-AR.co.uk

Constitutional Implications of the Independence Referendum

IMG_1033Sir David Edward – Public Lecture – Thursday 25th September 2014

Constitutional Implications of the Independence Referendum

The Centre for Global Constitutionalism was pleased to host a public lecture by Sir David Edward, a former UK judge of the European Court of Justice. Sir David addressed the constitutional implications of the independence referendum, the issues that the debate over the last two years raised and what the result might mean for the UK constitution and the constitution of Scotland.

 

The full lecture and Q&A is available to watch below: