Leadership, Sport and Racism
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Saturday December 8, 2012 – Saturday December 8, 2012
Holiday Inn London Bloomsbury
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A lunch-time seminar in association with ‘Inspirational You’, debating:
How to combat Racism and Antı-Semıtısm ın Sport
The need for an association of …

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WHO REGULATES THE REGULATOR – Breaking the silence

Submitted by bell on November 11, 2012 – 2:17 pm No Comments
WHO REGULATES THE REGULATOR – Breaking the silence

 

This one day conference will provide members of the legal profession with an opportunity to discuss the current issues relating to the role of the professional regulators – the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) and the Bar Standards Board (BSB).

John Page, President of the National Bar Association (USA) will give the keynote address.

Register

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