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LCF

The London Centre for Commercial and Financial Law

Our Events

Now available as a recording: Book launch" "The Aristocracy of Talent..." by A. Wooldridge (18th June 2021)

In 2022:


LLR Vol 43 Issue 2, special issue containing the papers of the LCF/Jindal GLS

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE SERIES ON CONTRACT LAW IN COMMON LAW COUNTRIES: A STUDY IN DIVERGENCE

  • The Formation of the Agreement 
  • The Substance of the Agreement 
  • Disputes arising out of the Agreement

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Too Big to Convict? Corporate Criminal Liability – Challenges and Solutions

Conference: 7 June 2022 10:00-16:30 (BST) (online)


Click here for the programme


Funded by the Society of Legal Scholars, this Conference hosted by University of Derby and organised in partnership with UWE, University of Portsmouth, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore and London Centre for Commercial and Financial Law, explores the different models used to address the criminal liability of corporations, and assesses the challenges associated with these models. This conference will explore national, international and regional law, policy and/or soft law, looking at the scope for change and reform.

The event will run virtually, attendance will be free and the conference will be recorded.

Registration

Registration is free. To register, complete the following form no later than 5pm on 4th June 2022:

https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=OrvxmPpegkeIur2JfbYOYn8NiwLoFddDiarE7C6k37dUMTdDWk1GSTlWQUxBNDVPSUlYNUE1SEJBRy4u

Conference committee

Professor Nicholas Ryder (UWE)

Professor Flora Huang (Derby University)

Professor Gerhard Kemp (Derby University)

Dr Maren Heidemann (London Centre for Commercial and Financial Law)

Dr Branislav Hock (Portsmouth University)

Dr Penny Giosa (Portsmouth University)

Professor Ariana Visconti (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore)

Dr Taiwo Oriola (Derby University)

Ms Michala Meiselles (Derby University)

Ms Demelza Hall (UWE)

With financial support of the Society of Legal Scholars