Campaigners have consistently told us that they’re not confident in how they incorporate the law into their work—this conference aims to change that. We’ve secured some of the most interesting and cutting edge campaigners and legal minds for this conference and we’re excited to share with you the programme.
09.30 Arrivals & refreshments
10.00 Welcome Sue Tibballs, Chief Executive, Sheila McKechnie Foundation
10.05 Why use the law? And what’s possible? Jo Maugham QC, Director, The Good Law Project
11.05 Morning breakout sessions
SESSION A: Should I use the law in my campaigning?
SESSION B: Integrating legal approaches into your organisation
SESSION C: Thinking about costs
13.35 Afternoon breakout sessions
SESSION D: Stronger together – partnership & collaboration to use the law
SESSION E: Strategic litigation – more than a court case
SESSION F: Thinking about costs
14.50 The big picture: the law & social change (final panel discussion)
Chair: Janet Morrison, trustee and Chair of the Baring Foundation
Rita Chadha, Chief Executive, Small Charities Coalition
Jason Moyer-Lee, General Secretary, Independent Workers of Great Britain
Polly Neate, Chief Executive, Shelter
Dave Timms, Head of Political Affairs, Friends of the Earth
Interested in attending?
There are now only a handful of places left. If you’re interested in attending, please fill out this short Expression of Interest form and we’ll be in touch.
Places are valued at £400 but are kindly sponsored by The Baring Foundation, so please check that you are definitely able to attend before expressing interest. We will have to invoice you if you cancel with less than 48 hours’ notice, or fail to attend, without a good reason.