Whistleblowers what protection does the law afford?

11/06/2014 @ 18:00 – 20:00
Centre for Commercial and Law Studies (QMUL)
Queen Mary School Of Law
Northgate House, 67-69 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London WC2A 3JB

Hosted by Queen Mary’s University of London

Wednesday 11th June 2014

6.00 pm – 8.00pm


Whistleblowers what protection does the law afford? France and England & Wales compared with a view on other jurisdictions

It is now over 110 years since the Dreyfus affair burst into the open in France, it divided French Society, at its heart was Colonel Picquart whose decision to reveal the conviction of the wrong man nearly cost him his life. Today the issue remains highly topical, from government surveillance of citizens to the exposure of abuses in the National Health Service.

The talks by the speakers will be followed by a discussion.

Venue: Centre for Commercial and Law Studies

 Queen Mary’s University of London

67-69 Lincolns Inn Fields

 London WC2A 3JB

Tube Station: Holborn

Chairman: Vincent Smith, ex Director of Competition Policy at the Office of Fair Trading


  • William Feugère, Avocat, Président National des Avocats Conseil d’Enterprises (ACE)
  • Clive Howard, Senior Principal Lawyer Slater & Gordon
  • Professor Ioannis Kokkoris, Chair in Law & Economics University of Reading

The event is accredited for CPD points with the Bar Standards Board, the SRA and ILEX and the Ecole de formation du Barreau for 2 hours.

The event is free, but non-member attendees are encouraged to join the Society. To register your interest please email: fbls@outlook.com

Whistleblowers what protection does the law afford 11 June 2014 (PDF)

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