Inns of Court Fellowship
The Inns of Court Fellowship Scheme is open to senior judges from the following jurisdictions:
- Hong Kong
- New Zealand
- South Africa
- United States (federal)
Nominations for the Fellowships are sought annually from the Chief Justices of each jurisdiction. The Institute cannot accept any applications directly.
Inns of Court Selection Committee 2021
- Professor Carl Stychin (Director, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies)
- Sir Mark Havelock-Allan (Inner Temple)
- Sir David Foskett (Gray’s Inn)
- Mr John Randall QC (Lincoln’s Inn)
- Mr Giles Goodfellow QC (Middle Temple)
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2022-2023 Inns of Court Fellow
Justice Dennis Dominic Adjei, Justice of the Court of Appeal, Ghana
Subject of Research: The right to information and protection for those who seek for the information to deepen democracy and furthermore to hold public office holders accountable.
Inns of Court Fellow Lecture 2023
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'The Right to Information to Promote Transparency and Accountability, and the Right of Protection Provided by International and National Laws Within the Ghanaian Context'
Lecture by Justice Dennis Dominic Adjei, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies Inns of Court Judicial Fellow for 2022-2023 Academic Year on Monday 13th February, 2023 at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London