The Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law
... was founded in December 2010 to honour the work and career of Lord Bingham of Cornhill, a great judge and passionate advocate of the rule of law. ...
'In a world divided by differences of nationality, race, colour, religion and wealth the rule of law is one of the greatest unifying factors, perhaps the greatest...It remains an ideal, but an ideal worth striving for, in the interests of good government and peace at home and in the world at large'
The Rt Hon Lord Bingham of Cornhill KG
Find out more about the Bingham Centre’s events programme
See some recent examples of Bingham Centre research projects and other activities
View our activities and events on the referendum
- Enemies or Champions? Judges, the Lord Chancellor and the Rule of Law. The Rule of Law Short Course. April 5 2017 biicl.org/event/1234
- RT @MDXlaw: Joint @MDXlaw-@MiddlesexDubai conference this Sunday with presentations by @JoshCastellino @JNStefanelli @ProfPech, @at_cullen…
- Henry VIII clauses give executive in the UK similar powers to US executive orders. Prof. Ian Cram, @Law_Leeds. bit.ly/2n1637V
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The Bingham Appeal has raised over £2 million for the establishment of a centre in honour of Lord Bingham of Cornhill
Find out about the Centre’s project on Citizenship Education and the Rule of Law
Find out more about the launch of the centre’s Business Network