Hertford alumni & the Gina Miller case
Hertford has a fantastic community of lawyers: those who studied Law at the college and the many more who turned to Law after graduation. The college is proud of the impact you, our alumni, have had and continue to have on the world around us – and we would like to offer you an opportunity to celebrate your many and varied achievements at a special event this September.
The recent ‘Gina Miller case’, which tackled the question of Parliament’s role in Brexit and Article 50, had Hertford alumni on both sides of the argument. On Friday 15 September, Lord Pannick QC and Jack Williams will join us to share their experience preparing the applicants' cases, while Rowena Collins-Rice will talk about her role preparing the government’s case. Hertford’s Law tutor, Professor Alison Young will oversee the discussion and will add her own perspective of participating in the media coverage. The panel will also be taking questions from the audience.
The discussion will take place in the Indian Institute building, followed by drinks and dinner in Hall.
17:30pm Discussion with Lord Pannick QC, Rowena Collins-Rice, Jack Williams and Professor Alison Young in the Oxford Martin School Lecture Theatre (Indian Institute)
'The Gina Miller case in the Supreme Court and Parliament's role in Brexit’
18:30pm Drinks in OB quad
19:30pm Dinner in Hall
The bar will be open after dinner.
Cost: £15 - talk and drinks OR £45 talk, drinks and dinner
Dress code: smart
You are very welcome to bring a guest.
There is limited college accommodation available for the Saturday night, which includes a complimentary breakfast in Hall. Keys will be available for collection from the Porters Lodge from 2pm onwards. You can book both the event and accommodation on Eventbrite:
Please RSVP by Friday 1 September 2017. Unfortunately we are unable to make any refunds for cancellations after this date.
If you have any questions please email the development [dot] office [at] hertford [dot] ox [dot] ac [dot] uk (Development Office) or telephone 01865 279428.