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Guest Lecture: Judge Christopher Weeramantry | University of Lincoln

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Published on Sep 4, 2015

An International judge and legal scholar celebrated for his contribution to global justice and legal education, H.E. Judge Christopher Gregory Weeramantry delivered a free public talk at the University of Lincoln on Wednesday 5th August 2015.

The lecture addressed one of the most urgent problems facing humanity in this age of nuclear weaponry – the peaceful settlement of disputes and the prevention of wars.

Judge Weeramantry, the former Vice-President of the International Court of Justice, suggests that a revitalised international law could help to avert the devastation of nuclear war.

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