Edmund Burke and the Common Law
Ian Alston has been a student of the law for many years. He has a degree from Melbourne University and has taught A-Level law with some success.
His knowledge of law, however, has been enhanced by his connection with the Edmund Burke Society, of which he has been chairman for many years. Burke's love for the tradition of English law has permeated his consciousness and he has been able to refine his knowledge of the law through his attendance at the Law Group run by the School of Philosophy and Economic Science. Ian believes that the Common Law is the greatest gift that history has given to the English people, and that the criminal justice system is a product of that gift.
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Sunday 15th November 2020 10.30am until 12.00.
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