The UK Supreme Court - what does the public see?

Wednesday 22 April 2015

Keynote Speaker: Isobel Williams - Artist and Blogger

Date: Wednesday 22nd April 2015
Schedule:

18.15 -  Public lecture

Venue:

Room EM 1.21, Elystan Morgan Building, Llanbadarn Centre,
Aberystwyth, SY23 3AS

Contact:

Dr Naomi Salmon – njs@aber.ac.uk

Department of Law and Criminology

With open justice as its aim, the Supreme Court welcomes and informs the public, and has even won a high rating on TripAdvisor – but what does the uninitiated visitor make of the coded theatre of the hearings?

Isobel Williams occasionally draws in the public seats, with the court’s permission and records her impressions on her blog.

Why does she do it, and how did she get there? Isobel’s copiously illustrated talk describes how sketching people under the A40 and at the Occupy protest camps led her to the highest court in the land. She will include her thoughts and pictures from Nicklinson, the 'right-to-die' case heard at the Supreme Court which has been studied by Jenny Edwards.  

 

Further information:

This event is free to attend and open to all.

For queries regarding this event, please contact:

Dr Naomi Salmon – njs@aber.ac.uk

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