The Mayflower 400 Lecture
The Rt Hon the Baroness Hale of Richmond DBE
11th November 2021, 5.45 pm – 8.00 pm, University of Plymouth
The Mayflower 400 Lecture is the 27th in a series of lectures, which began with the Pilgrim Fathers Lecture, delivered by Lord Bingham, in 1994. The Lecture which by tradition embodies themes of freedom and human rights, commemorates the voyage of the Mayflower in 1620, which is described by some as one of the most influential journeys in global history and as a defining moment in the relationship between Britain, the USA and the Netherlands.
The Rt Hon the Baroness Hale of Richmond DBE is the latest in a long list of distinguished members of the legal profession to present the lecture. A full speaker biography can be found on the University of Plymouth event website
|The lecture, organised by the Plymouth Law Society and hosted by the University of Plymouth and Plymouth City Council, has become a celebrated annual event in the legal profession calendar, attracting current and past Lord Chancellors, Lord Justices of Appeal and Lords of Appeal.
Save the date and registration
Registration will open in August 2021. To receive an alert when it opens, please submit your email address through the Save the Date link on the University of Plymouth website below.
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Ticket price will include entry to the lecture followed by a drinks reception
- University of Plymouth Students, Staff and Alumni – free to attend
- Junior Law Division Members – free to attend
- Plymouth Law Society Members – £5
- Anyone else – £10
We aim to hold the event in person at the Roland Levinsky Building, University of Plymouth, UK Covid regulations permitting at that time.
This will be a fantastic and memorable event for City of Plymouth and our legal practitioners. Please pass these details onto your colleagues.
President of the Plymouth Law Society
Telephone: 01752 203536