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COVID-19 Symposium : Constitutional, political, social and health threats and challenges in France and the United Kingdom


Program

 

27 May 2021

 

8:45am : Plenary session

Hosted by Ian Forrester, QCLLD,President of the FBLS and formerly Judge of the General Court of the European Union
Moderated by Leonardo Carpentieri, Chair of the Franco-British Lawyers Society’s English Committee

 

Roundtable 1 – How we handled the pandemic: Public Policies and Constitutional Perspectives

9:00 : Covid and the British Parliament
Paul Evans,former Clerk of the House of Commons

Etat d’urgence sanitaire et contrôle parlementaire du gouvernement en France
Elina Lemaire, Professor-Elect in Public Law at the University of Bourgogne-Franche-Comté

The embodied Constitution : Citizens, Bodies and Covid
Pippa Catterall, Professor of History and Policy at the University of Westminster

Nationalisation en temps de pandémie : une opportunité manquée ?
Sébastien Brameret, Senior Lecturer in Public Law, at the University of Grenoble

La régulation économique des autorités administratives et publiques indépendantes en temps de crise sanitaire
Emma Guernaoui, PhD studentin Public Law, at the University of Montpellier/Panthéon-Assas

Covid 19 and government communications in the UK
Alexander McKenna, PhD student, King's College London

 

Round Table 2 – Pandemic and freedoms : a difficult conciliation

11:00 : Covid-19 legislation and human rights in the UK & France
Rebecca Moosavian, Associate Professor in Law at the University of Leeds

Defining human rights in the time of Covid (focusing mainly on France)
Anne Cousson, Senior Lecturer in British Studies, at the University of Poitiers

Eurostar and the Covid crisis
Charlotte Denizeau, Senior Lecturer in Public Law, at the University of Panthéon-Assas

Coronavirus et prison : la question des aménagements de peine des détenus
Evelyne Bonis, Professor in Criminal Law at the Bordeaux Law School and Head of the Bordeaux Institute of Judicial Studies (IEJ)

Coronavirus crisis and disadvantaged people : the case of prisoners in light of the fundamental rights guaranteed in the course of criminal proceedings
Akila Taleb-Karlsson, Senior Lecturer in Criminal Law at the University of Toulon

12:45 pm : Questions & Answers

1:00 pm : Concluding remarks

 

28 May 2021

 

8:45am : Plenary session

Lord Morgan will elaborate on the History of pandemics from the plague to Covid-19 via the Spanish Flu
Lord Morganis a Labour Peer and former member of the House of Lords Constitutional Committee

Moderated by Anne Cousson, Senior Lecturer in British Studies, at the University of Poitiers

 

Round Table 3 – Health sector (national and global) issues

9:00 : Dealing with Covid in a French Hospital : Threats and Challenges
Professor Cazenave-Roblot, Head of Department of Infectious Diseases at the University Hospital Centre,CHU Poitiers

Un an de Covid en maison de retraite entre accompagnement bienveillant des personnes âgées et contrôle sanitaire
Doctor Anne-Emmanuelle Gibson, coordinating doctor

Covid caregiver reinforcement /volunteering at the French Pitié Salpêtrière Hospital
Charles Couédic de Kérérant, Secretary of the FBLS and Lecturer in Private Law at the University Paris Dauphine

Sciences and politics in times of Covid-19 : Comparison between the UK and France
Yseult Marique, Lecturer in Law at the Essex Law School

Covid and global health diplomacy. The case study of Britain and France
Pascal Cudicio, Lecturer in British Studies at the University of Pantheon-Assas

 

Round Table 4 – What has changed and changes across different sectors and international perspective

11:00 : Democratic innovations and the post-pandemic recovery
Marta Wojciechowska, Post doctoral Research Associate at King’s College, London

Covid and work policies
Professor Daniel Susskind, Fellow in Economics at Oxford University and Visiting Professor at King’s College, London

Covid-19 : Boosting or killing calls for Welsh independence ?
Stephanie Bory, Professor-Elect in British Studies at the University of Lyon

Coronavirus cybercrime et cyber terrorism proceedings
Elizabeth Sheppard-Sellam, Senior Lecturer of Political Science and US civilisation at the University of Tours

Covid-19 and international arbitration : key procedural and substantive considerations
Leonardo Carpentieri, Solicitor (England & Wales), Avocat à la Cour (Paris), Head of the Management Committee of the Franco-British Lawyers Society for Englandand Wales

12:45 pm : Questions & Answers

1:00 pm : Concluding remarks

 

Co-organised by

  • Aurélien Antoine (Jean-Monnet Saint Étienne University and Lyon University),
  • Andrew Blick (King’s College London),
  • Géraldine Gadbin-George (Panthéon-Assas University)
  • Elizabeth Gibson-Morgan (Poitiers University)
  • in association with the Franco-British Lawyers Society

 

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