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August 2015

Sunday 6 September 2015

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The Limits of the Law: The role of compliance in the 21st Century

The 33rd  International Symposium on Economic Crime on "The Limits of the Law: The role of compliance in the 21st Century" will be held at Jesus College, Cambridge, from Sunday 6 September to Sunday 13 September 2015. Symposium Website:  www.crimesymposium.org. For further information contact:      Angela Futter - Symposium Manager,   The Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime,   Jesus College,   CAMBRIDGE,   CB5 8BL,   UK.   Tel: + 44 (0) 1223 872160.     Email: info@crimesymposium.org.
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Thursday 10 September 2015

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Anti-Democratic Ideology and Criminal Law under Fascist, National Socialist and Authoritarian Regimes
Keynote Speakers: Professor David Fraser, University of Nottingham and IALS Senior Associate Research Fellow; Professor Luigi Lacchè, University of Macerata, Italy.     Academic Convenor: Dr Stephen Skinner, University of Exeter.  
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Thursday 17 September 2015

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15:00 Controlling Administrative Power in the UK, the US and Australia
Professor Peter Cane FBA, FASSA, FAAL, Distinguished Professor and Associate Dean (Research), ANU College of Law, Australian National University.  
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Monday 5 October 2015

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16:30 European Investigation Orders: progress report
Detail to be announced.
Detail to be announced. This event is FREE but those wishing to attend should let IALS  know  in advance.  To register, please use the automatic form below, or email  IALS.Events@sas.ac.uk.   Organised with the European Criminal Law Association (UK)          
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Wednesday 28 October 2015

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17:00 Hamlyn Seminar: UK, EU and Global Administrative Law: Foundations and Challenges
Professor Paul Craig, Professor of English Law, St John's College, Oxford
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