For those interested in the legal dispute surrounding the discovery, analysis and reinterment of the bones of Richard III, King of England from 1483-1485 (of Shakespearean “kingdom for a horse” fame), on Saturday barrister Harry Martin will be discussing the issues that arose in the judicial review hearing before the High Court in 2013-2014. Harry, a member of 3 Stone Buildings, worked on the matter with Norman Palmer QC, representing Leicester City Council in the dispute.
Also on the bill at this Saturday’s conference in London are Prof Janet Ulph discussing the new Museums Association Code of Ethics, Prof Geoffrey Bennett discussing the law of treasure, Emily Gould covering the new heritage sentencing rules, Alexander Herman talking copyright exceptions and a panel dealing with the legal aspects of street art.
The event will take place at the London campus of Notre Dame University (near Trafalgar Square). It is accredited for CPD points and the cost to attend is £77 for IAL/UKRG members or £144 for non-members (both prices include VAT). We hope you can make it!