Safeguarding London's Standing in International Dispute Resolution: The Rule of Law and Judicial Independence in Practice
In a 6th October 2020 event co-organised with Prospect Magazine and Jones Day, Baroness Brenda Hale, who recently retired as President of the UK Supreme Court, spoke with BBC presenter Razia Iqbal about the growing public interest in the Rule of Law, constitutionalism and judicial independence. The webinar featured additional reflections from retired Court of Appeal Vice-President, Dame Elizabeth Gloster. In a wide-ranging discussion, Baroness Hale and Dame Elizabeth considered what it means to have an independent judiciary, its fundamental importance to a country's international reputation for the Rule of Law, and the importance of that reputation to a country's attractiveness to business and inward investment and the strength of its economy.
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