Brexit: What the Law Says
Wednesday, 13 July 2016
In conversation with Hywel Williams, Senior Adviser at the Legatum Institute, legal scholars Geoffrey Robertson and Catherine Barnard, and political scientist Alan Renwick clarified what the law says about the UK’s future path following the outcome of the EU Referendum.
How Kenya Cleaned Up Its Courts
Saturday, 9 July 2016
A new constitution gave judicial reformers an opportunity to earn back the people’s trust. Maya Gainer tells us what they did with it.
Rollback: Central Europe’s Populist Tide
Tuesday, 19 January 2016
Anton Shekhovtsov, Senior Visiting Fellow at the Legatum Institute, presented his new paper, ‘Is Transition Reversible? The Case of Central Europe’, in conversation with Anne Applebaum and Slawomir Sierakowski.
Fixing the Fight Against Corruption
Thursday, 17 September 2015
Christian Caryl, Legatum Institute Senior Fellow and Managing Editor of Democracy Lab, moderated a panel that explained why a focus on ‘ideas that work’ is the route to tackling global corruption.
What Does a One Nation Justice System Look Like?
Tuesday, 23 June 2015
Speaking at the Legatum Institute, the Rt. Hon. Michael Gove called for reform of the justice system in England and Wales, in his first speech since being appointed as Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice.
Revolutionary Tactics: From Georgia to Ukraine?
Monday, 23 June 2014
The Legatum Institute hosted a panel discussion to launch a new 'Transitions Forum' case study on police and judicial reform in Georgia. Panellists included the report's author, Peter Pomerantsev, human rights barrister Geoffrey Robertson QC, and Giorgi Badridze, Senior Fellow, Georgian Foundation for Strategic and International Studies. The discussion was moderated by Anne Applebaum, Director of the Legatum Institute's Transitions Forum.