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Harshan Kumarasingham (Edinburgh), lecture on ‘The Historical Constitution’

Available here:

It is password protected, so those interested in watching should email [email protected] for access.

Refugee Law Roundtable

“Forced Migration and Refugee Resettlement in the Long 1940s: A Connected and Global History”. Moderated by Kerstin von Lingen (Vienna) with contributions from Milinda Banerjee (St Andrews), Rana Mitter (Oxford) and Sebastian Huhn (Osnabrück):

Mapping Medieval Legal Manuscripts

The recording of the CLCLCL Project’s Mapping Medieval Legal Manuscripts Webinar is now available online at

It is password protected, so those interested in watching should email [email protected] for access.

Sir David Edward and Malik Dahlan, ‘The Breathing Space Project’

Listen to Sir David Edward and Malik Dahlan discuss “The ‘Breathing Space’ Project – Rule of Law Past and Future”, delivered on 22nd September 2020, below:

Sir David Edward ILCR Lecture 2020

Watch Sir David Edward’s lecture ‘Saving the Union…?’, delivered 7th Feburary 2020, here:

The text of the lecture as delivered, subject to revisal, can be accessed here.

Stephen Gethins ILCR Lecture 2019

Watch Stephen Gethins, North East Fife MP’s lecture here:

Jim Gallagher: “A Nation Squeezed Between Two Nationalisms”

Watch Professor Jim Gallagher’s ILCR lecture here:

The full text of the lecture is also available as a pdf here: Jim Gallagher lecture 7 Nov

Daniel Greenberg Lecture: “The Future of the Rule of Law: A Parliamentary Perspective”

Daniel Greenberg, a lawyer specialising in legislation, delivered this topical lecture on the final day of the Supreme Court’s hearing of the case concerning the prorogation of Parliament.

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Bruce Frier Lecture: ‘What Held Roman Law Together?’

In this recorded lecture, professor Bruce Frier poses the question, ‘What held Roman law together?’

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The Jury on Trial

The ILCR put the institution of the jury itself on trial, with a debate on the motion ‘This house believes that jury trial remains a virtue of the Common Law.’

800 years of jury trial

A conversation between John Hudson and Robert Bartlett about the end of trial by ordeal and the 800th anniversary of the jury trial.

2018 Maurice and Muriel Fulton Lecture in Legal History

Delivered by Professor John Hudson on Maitland, Common Law and Civil Law:

2015 C. Warren Hollister Memorial Lecture

Delivered by Professor John Hudson of the Institute of Legal and Constitutional Research