Treasurer's Lecture | From vision to delivery; the Commonwealth fit for the 21st century
Monday 14th of June 2021 18:15
LocationOnline via Zoom (joining link will be circulated via email)
18:15 - 19:15
(Zoom Meeting ‘room’ will be open from 18:00)
Please ensure that you have joined before the event is due to start.
Introduction by Master Treasurer, Andrew Hochhauser QC. Followed by the lecture and Q&A
This event is expected to end at approximately 19:15
Dress codeSmart Casual
The event is open to all and is free of charge.
Her Excellency The Rt Hon. The Baroness Scotland of Asthal QC PC
Master Patricia Scotland was Called to the Bar in 1977, took Silk in 1991 and was Called to the Bench in 1997. She was the first BAME person appointed as Attorney General, (2007-10) and the first woman to hold the office since its foundation in 1315. Master Scotland was the first Black woman, and the youngest woman, at 35, to be appointed Queen's Counsel. At the 2015 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, she was elected the Sixth Secretary-General of the Commonwealth of Nations and took Office in April 2016. She is the first woman to hold the post.
Accessing the remote Event:
This remote event will take place using software called Zoom. A link for the 'meeting room' will be sent by email on the morning of the event.
It is preferable to join the event on a laptop, but if that is not possible then use your phone/tablet. Download the app from zoom.us
Student members: One guest maximum
Hall members and Benchers: Two guests maximum
Qualifying Session Details
After this session, students should be able to:
- Identify and define the core values that are essential to the legal profession.
- Describe the historical context of the Commonwealth in promoting democracy, rule of law, access to justice, and anti-corruption.
- Explain how rule of law institutions can be strengthened through technical assistance and development of policy tools to build capacity and enhance skills.
- Recognise and evaluate the benefit of providing short-term experts remotely or in-country to help in the development of drafting laws.
- Describe how working with legal professionals can strengthen legal frameworks, by rendering technical assistance to member countries which request the Secretariat's assistance.
Links to the Professional Statement, wider workings of the Bar, administration of justice or a public interest matter
The QS will align with these elements of the professional statement:
- 1.1 / 1.2 / 1.3 / 1.4
Bookings and Cancellations
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