This meeting will be held in Newcastle at The University of Northumbria, School of Law, City Campus East-1 at 6pm, finishing at about 7.30pm. Details of room will be notified to attendees in due course.
Synopsis: In a common law system developed through precedent the right to appeal is fundamental to the coherent development of the law. Have we got the balance right? The same terminology defining the right to appeal is found in identical terms in two 1996 statutes: the Employment Rights Act and the Arbitration Act. Is the concept of an error of law illuminated by looking at the subject across different legal disciplines?
This meeting is open and free of charge to both members and non-members of the Society.
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Start Date: 31 Jan 2019