Seminar: Human Rights in Thailand - A Failed Transplant ?
SOAS Rule of Law in Thailand Project
Published on May 29, 2016
Human Rights in Thailand: A Failed Transplant ?
(SOAS Rule of Law in Thailand Seminar Series)
Following the recent successful launch of the SOAS Rule of Law in Thailand project, the Centre of East Asian Law (‘CEAL’) is pleased to organise the first event in the SOAS Rule of Law in Thailand Seminar Series.
Speaker: Professor Andrew James Harding (National University of Singapore)
Professor Harding is a distinguished constitutional law scholar and former Head of the Law Department at SOAS. He is currently the Director of Centre for Asian Legal Studies at the National University of Singapore.
The seminar was chaired by Professor Peter Leyland (SOAS).
Date: Tuesday 19 April 2016
Time: 4 pm - 6 pm
Venue : Room 4426 (4th floor) Main Building, SOAS University of London, Russell Square.
About the Rule of Law in Thailand Project
In the SOAS’ Centenary year, the Centre of East Asian Law (‘CEAL’) at SOAS, University of London is pleased to launch the Rule of Law in Thailand Project. The project seeks to engage academically with rule of law definitions and legal issues in contemporary Thailand such as constitutional changes, justice system, human rights as well as broader issues that affect social ordering from family law to environmental protection. Its aim is to encourage research on law in Thailand, including supporting the efforts of early career researchers and PhD candidates who are working on issues relating to the rule of law and Thailand.