Sir Jeremy Jowell QC
Professor John G Ruggie on human rights
Cherie Blair and David Rivkin, president of International Bar Association
Kimberley Prost, ombudsperson, UN Security Council, Al Qaeda Sanctions Committee
Dominic Grieve on sanctions
Rosemary Martin, Thompson Reuters
Sir Michael Rake, BT and Rosemary Martin, Thompson Reuters
Graham Vinter, Sir Michael Rake and Rosemary Martin
Sir Roger Carr, Chairman, BAE Systems and Graham Vinter, GC, BG Group
Global Law Summit: Day 1
Source: Graham Carlow
Not the Global Law Summit
The man behind (under) Grayling's effigy
Protesters accuse government of 'hijacking' Magna Carta anniversary
Actress Carey Mulligan, War Child ambassador
The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre
The future of professional services, presented by Richard Susskind OBE
Daw Aung San Suu Kyi's remote speech
Protesters on stage
Justice Ricardo Lewandowski, chief justice, Federal Supreme Court of Brazil talking about sanctions and rule of law
Panel: The future of the legal profession
Day two in full swing
Not the Global Law Summit protesters
Globalisation of sport: Ensuring rights and protections under the Rule of Law
Grayling effigy in transit
Grayling effigy being taken to Global Law Summit
Not the Global Law Summit protest entertainment
Business and Human Rights session: Cherie Blair QC
Chris Grayling: "Law must continue to innovate"
Source: Eduardo Reyes
Oscar-nominated actor Carey Mulligan closed the opening session of the Global Law Summit.
Embattled lord chancellor says that challenges are driven by ‘economic reality’.
Eric Holder recalls Kennedys setting out to bend the arc of history.
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