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17 What is bureaucracy for?

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A analysis of some of the functions of bureaucracy, and also of some of the strong tendencies for organizations to become over-bureaucratic.

Collection: How the World Works: Letters to Lily

Institution: King's College

Created: Wed 2 Jan 2013


18 How do we get justice?

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A comparison of different legal systems, their structures and outcomes, particularly English Common Law and Japan.

Collection: How the World Works: Letters to Lily

Institution: King's College

Created: Wed 2 Jan 2013


30 Why are we here?

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Various theories about how history works - whether there are laws, or we are governed by chance; revolution and evolution of human history.

Collection: How the World Works: Letters to Lily

Institution: King's College

Created: Thu 10 Jan 2013


'Abraham Lincoln and the Supreme Court': The 2009 Sir David Williams Lecture

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On Friday 8th May 2009, John G Roberts Jnr (Chief Justice of the United States) delivered the 2009 Sir David Williams Lecture entitled "Abraham Lincoln and the Supreme Court". Mr...

Collection: Cambridge Law: Public Lectures from the Faculty of Law

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Thu 15 Sep 2011


'Abraham Lincoln and the Supreme Court': The 2009 Sir David Williams Lecture (Audio)

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On Friday 8th May 2009, John G Roberts Jnr (Chief Justice of the United States) delivered the 2009 Sir David Williams Lecture entitled "Abraham Lincoln and the Supreme Court". Mr...

Collection: The David Williams Lecture: The Centre for Public Law

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Wed 6 Jun 2012


'A Cosmopolitan Perspective on the Responsibility to Protect' by Professor Olivier de Frouville

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The Lauterpacht Centre for International Law (LCIL), University of Cambridge hosts a regular Friday lunchtime lecture series on key areas of International Law. Previous subjects...

Collection: LCIL International Law Seminar Series

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Thu 17 May 2012


'A Cosmopolitan Perspective on the Responsibility to Protect' by Professor Olivier de Frouville

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The Lauterpacht Centre for International Law (LCIL), University of Cambridge hosts a regular Friday lunchtime lecture series on key areas of International Law. Previous subjects...

Collection: LCIL International Law Seminar Series

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Mon 14 May 2012


'Admissions to Cambridge Law': Dr Kirsty Hughes

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The Faculty of Law holds an annual Open Day for undergraduate students, at which members of the Faculty discuss the Faculty, the Cambridge admissions system, and the benefits...

Collection: Faculty of Law Open Day

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Mon 8 Jul 2013


'Admissions to Cambridge Law': Dr Kirsty Hughes (Audio)

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The Faculty of Law holds an annual Open Day for undergraduate students, at which members of the Faculty discuss the Faculty, the Cambridge admissions system, and the benefits...

Collection: Faculty of Law Open Day

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Mon 8 Jul 2013


Admissions Video: Law

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Collection: St Edmund's College

Institution: St Edmund's College

Created: Tue 21 Oct 2008


'Allowing the Right Margin, The European Court of Human Rights and the National Margin of Appreciation Doctrine: Waiver...

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Judge Dean Spielmann, Section President of the ECHR gave a lunchtime seminar entitled "Allowing the Right Margin, The European Court of Human Rights and the National Margin of...

Collection: CELS Lunchtime Seminar Series

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Wed 29 Feb 2012


'Altered States: Federalism and Devolution at the 'Real' Turn of the Millennium': The 2001 Sir David Williams Lecture

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On 15th May 2001, the Hon Justice Sandra Day O'Connor delivered the inaugural Sir David Williams Lecture entitled "Altered States: Federalism and Devolution at the 'Real' Turn of...

Collection: The David Williams Lecture: The Centre for Public Law

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Wed 18 Apr 2012


'Altered States: Federalism and Devolution at the 'Real' Turn of the Millennium': The 2001 Sir David Williams Lecture...

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On 15th May 2001, the Hon Justice Sandra Day O'Connor delivered the inaugural Sir David Williams Lecture entitled "Altered States: Federalism and Devolution at the 'Real' Turn of...

Collection: The David Williams Lecture: The Centre for Public Law

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Wed 6 Jun 2012


Andreas Kapardis - The whole is more than the sum of the parts: narrowing the gap between Psychology and Law

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What is the evidence for, and why do some people confess to, crimes they have not committed? How reliable is the testimony provided by eyewitnesses, especially by children? Can...

Collection: Clare Hall Colloquium

Institution: Clare Hall

Created: Wed 16 Jan 2013


'An Insider's Guide to Practising Corporate Law Across the Pond' - Geoffrey Shields: 3CL Lecture

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Professor Geoffrey Shields, Dean of Vermont Law School from 2004 to mid-2012 and a Herbert Smith visitor to the Law Faculty, gave a Centre for Corporate and Commercial Law (3CL)...

Collection: 3CL Corporate and Commercial Law Lectures and Seminars

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Mon 22 Oct 2012


'An Insider's Guide to Practising Corporate Law Across the Pond' - Geoffrey Shields: 3CL Lecture (Audio)

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Professor Geoffrey Shields, Dean of Vermont Law School from 2004 to mid-2012 and a Herbert Smith visitor to the Law Faculty, gave a Centre for Corporate and Commercial Law (3CL)...

Collection: 3CL Corporate and Commercial Law Lectures and Seminars

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Mon 22 Oct 2012


'A View from the Bar': The 2010 Sir David Williams Lecture

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On Friday 21st May 2010, the Honourable Michael Beloff QC delivered the 2010 Sir David Williams Lecture entitled "A View from the Bar". Mr Beloff explained his views of...

Collection: Cambridge Law: Public Lectures from the Faculty of Law

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Wed 22 Feb 2012


'A View from the Bar': The 2010 Sir David Williams Lecture (Audio)

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On Friday 21st May 2010, the Honourable Michael Beloff QC delivered the 2010 Sir David Williams Lecture entitled "A View from the Bar". Mr Beloff explained his views of...

Collection: The David Williams Lecture: The Centre for Public Law

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Wed 6 Jun 2012


'Beyond Private Ordering: Rethinking Corporate Governance as a Subject of Legal Enquiry' - Marc Moore: 3CL Lecture

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Marc Moore, Senior Lecturer at University College London, gave a lecture entitled "Beyond Private Ordering: Rethinking Corporate Governance as a Subject of Legal Enquiry" on...

Collection: 3CL Corporate and Commercial Law Lectures and Seminars

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Wed 29 Feb 2012


Can We Blame Our Brains? Neuroscience in the Courtroom

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Four speakers present their views on whether neuroscience can and should be used as evidence in the courtroom. When is it applicable and how much can it tell us about who we are...

Collection: The Triple Helix

Institution: Queens' College - Undergraduates

Created: Mon 12 Jan 2009


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