INDEX

Hamlyn Lectures

Public lectures were produced by  the Hamlyn Trust 


1

1949


Freedom under the Law


The Pt Hon Lord Denning
 
2
1950

The Inheritance of the Common Law

Richard O’Sullivan
3
1951

The Rational Strength of English Law

Professor F H Lawson
4
1952

English Law and the Moral Law

Professor A L Goodhart
5
1953

The Queen’s Peace

Sir Carleton Kemp Allen
6
1954

Executive Discretion and Judicial Control

Professor C J Hamson
7
1955

The Proof of Guilt

Professor Glanville William
8
1956

Trial by Jury

The Rt Hon Lord Devlin
9
1957

Protection from Power under English Law

The Rt Hon Lord MacDermott
10
1958

The Sanctity of Contracts in English Law

Professor Sir David Hughes Parry
11
1959

Judge and Jurist in the Reign of Victoria

C H S Fifoot
12
1960

The Common Law in India

M C Setalvad
13
1961

British Justice: The Scottish Contribution

Professor Sir Thomas Smith
14
1962

Lawyer and Litigant in England

The Rt Hon Sir Robert Megarry
15
1963

Crime and the Criminal Law (parts 1 & 2 )

The Baroness Wootton of Abinger
16
1964

Law and Lawyers in the United States

Dean Erwin N Griswold
17
1965

New Law for a New World ?

The Rt Hon Lord Tanley
18
1966

Other People’s Law

The Rt Hon Lord Kilbrandon
19
1967

The Contribution of English Law to South African Law: and the Rule of Law in South Africa

The Rt Hon O D Schreiner
20
1968

Justice in the Welfare State (parts 1 & 2 )

Professor H Street
21
1969

The British Tradition in Canadian Law

The Hon Bora Laskin
22
1970

The English Judge

Henry Cecil
23
1971

Punishment, Prison and the Public

Professor Sir Rupert Cross
24
1972

Labour and the Law

Professor Sir Otto Kahn-Freund
25
1973

Maladministration and its Remedies

Sir Kenneth Wheare
26
1974

English Law the New Dimension

The Rt Hon Lord Scarman
27
1975

The Land and the Development; or, Turmoil and the Torment

Sir Desmond Heap
28
1976

The National Insurance Commissioners

Sir Robert Micklethwait
29
1977

The European Communities and the Rule of Law

Lord Mackenzie Stuart
30
1978

Liberty , Law and Justice

Professor Sir Norman Anderson
31
1979

Social History and Law Reform

Professor Lord McGregor of Durris
32
1980

Constitutional Fundamentals

Professor Sir William Wade
33
1981

Intolerable Inquisition? Reflections on the Law of Tax (parts 1 & 2 )

Hubert Monroe
34
1982

The Quest for Security: Employees, Tenants, Wives (parts 1 & 2 )

Professor Tony Honor
35
1983

Hamlyn Revisted: The British Legal System Today

Lord Hailsham of St Marylebone
36
1984

The Development of Consumer Law and Policy Bold Spirits and Timorous Souls

Sir Gordon Borrie
37
1985

Law and Order

Professor Ralf Dahrendorf
38
1986

The Fabric of English Civil Justice

Sir Jack Jacob
39
1987

Pragmatism and Theory in English Law

P S Atiyah
40
1988

Justification and Excuse in the Criminal Law

J C Smith
41
1989

Protection of the Public A New Challenge

The Rt Hon Lord Justice Woolf
42
1990

The United Kingdom and Human Rights

Dr Claire Palley
43
1991

Introducing a European Legal Order

Gordon Slynn
44
1992

Speech & Respect

Professor Richard Abel
45
1993

The Administration of Justice

Lord Mackay of Clashfern
46
1994

Blackstone’s Tower: The English Law School

Professor William Twining
47
1995

From the Tube to the Coffin: Choice and Regulation in Private Life

The Hon Mrs Justice Hale
48
1996

Turning Points of the Common Law

The Rt Hon The Lord Cooke of Thorndon
49
1997

Commercial Law in the Next Millennium

Professor Roy Goode
50
1998

Freedom Law and Justice

The Rt Hon Lord Justice Sedley
51
1999

The State of Justice

Michael Zander QC
52
2000

Human Rights, Serious Crime and Criminal Procedure

Anthony King
53
2001

Human Rights, Serious Crime and Criminal Procedure

Andrew Ashworth QC
54
2002

Legal Conundrums in our Brave New World

Baroness Kennedy of the Shaws
55
2003

Judicial Activism

Hon Justice Michael Kirby
56
2004

Rights at Work: Global, European and British Perspectives

Sir Bob Hepple QC

57
2005
Can Human Rights Survive? Professor Conor Gearty
58
2006
The Sovereignty of Law: the European Way Sir Francis Jacobs KCMG QC
59
2007
The Prisoners’ Dilemma: Political Economy and Penal Populism in Contemporary Democracies Professor Nicola Lacey FBA
60
2008
Judging Civil Justice Professor Dame Hazel Genn DBE, CBE, QC
61
2009
Widening Horizons Thomas Bingham, Baron Bingham of Cornhill
62
2010
Lawyers and the Public Good
Professor Alan Paterson OBE
63
2011
The Rule of Law and the Measure of Property Jeremy Waldron
64
2012
Aspects of Law Reform : An Insider’s Perspective Jack Straw
65
2013
The Common Law Constitution Rt Hon Lord Justice Laws
66                                      2014 Paul Craig UK, EU and Global Administrative Law: Foundations and Challenges
67                                     2015 Michael Freeman A Magna Carta for Children? Rethinking Children’s Rights
68                                      2016 Dame Sian Elias Golden Threads and Pragmatic Patches: Fairness in Criminal Justice

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