The Slynn Foundation Open Forum 2021

The Rule of Law and the Economy – What are the profits and gains of an independent judiciary preventing corruption?

DATE AND TIME  Monday 14 June 2021 – 6.15pm to 7.45pm

The Slynn Foundation would like to thank Gray’s Inn for hosting this event.  Regrettably it will not be possible to attend in person this year due to COVID restrictions.

REGISTRATION Admission to this online event is free. To register please email Ruth Eldon at as soon as possible.  A link to enable all those who have registered to join the event will be circulated in early June. Only those registered will be able to attend.


The Rt Hon Sir Peter Gross, Retired Lord Justice of Appeal and President of the Slynn Foundation




The Rt. Hon Lady Dorrian, the Lord Justice Clerk of Scotland 






The Hon Sir Ross Cranston, Professor of Law at the London School of Economics and retired High Court Judge





Alderman Vincent Keaveny, Sheriff of the City of London 2018/19 and partner in DLA Piper



Professor Barry Rider OBE, Professorial Fellow, Centre of Development Studies, University of Cambridge




Following four short presentations by our distinguished speakers, the Chairman will invite contributions and questions from the online audience. The Chatham House Rule will apply.