We were delighted to virtually welcome guests to the inaugural Dame Frances Patterson Memorial Lecture on Monday 26th April 2021. Unfortunately, we were unable to hold the event in person due to the pandemic, however, this does mean that a recording of the lecture is available for those who were not able to attend.
The Memorial Lecture, delivered by Lord Lloyd-Jones was an opportunity to honour the life and work of the late Mrs Justice Patterson, a former Head of Kings Chambers and beloved friend and colleague.
Mark Ronson, Senior Clerk commented: “Another fantastic lecture in memory of Dame Frances with an excellent keynote speech by Lord Lloyd-Jones. It was a fitting tribute to celebrate her work and to share with family, friends, and colleagues. Her legacy continues.”
We would like to extend our sincere gratitude to Lord Lloyd-Jones for his involvement and delivering a fitting tribute to Dame Frances and to our colleagues at 39 Essex Chambers who co-hosted the event.
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