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2019 Denys Holland Dinner

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Thursday, 17 October 2019 at 19:00 (BST)

2019 Denys Holland Dinner

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Registration Type Remaining Sales End Price Fee Quantity
UCL Graduates Ticket 25 Registrations 10 Oct 2019 £60.00 £0.00
Guest Ticket (non-UCL Graduates) 7 Registrations 10 Oct 2019 £60.00 £0.00
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Denys Holland Scholarship Dinner
Thursday 17 October 2018

The Denys Holland dinner will be held on Thursday 17 October, in the Haldane Room, off the North Cloisters of UCL (Reception from 7pm, Dinner from 7:30pm). Spaces are limited so please reply early to avoid disappointment.
 
Our distinguished speaker this year is our own Professor Sir Ian Kennedy QC (Hon) who will discuss his recent book “Cleaning up the Mess: After the MPs’ Expenses Scandal” about his experiences as the Chair of the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority. Ian is a world-recognised expert in Health Law, Ethics and Policy, has chaired Public Inquiries and Reviews, advised governments and international agencies and been a keynote speaker throughout the UK, Europe, North America and Australasia. He is a lawyer whose expertise has been recognized by his being elected a Fellow of the British Academy and appointed an Honorary QC. He developed a new field of scholarship (medical law and ethics) and has written leading works in the area. From the early 1980s he became increasingly involved in public service, becoming a member of such bodies as the General Medical Council and the Medicines Commission a member and then chairman of the Nuffield Council on Bioethics. At the same time he began to undertake reviews and inquiries for various Government Departments on areas of national policy. Sir Ian has also made programmes for BBC radio and television, including the Reith Lectures and 2 series on BBC2 TV about ethical challenges faced by doctors.

How to book
The price is £60 per head which includes a three course meal and delicious wines.
 
Please book online at 2019-denys-holland-dinner.eventbrite.co.uk  or return the booking form to Lisa Penfold by Monday 7 October. Cheques for the dinner should be made payable to “University College London”; donations by cheque should be made out to “UCL Development Fund – Denys Holland Scholarship”, accompanied by the Gift Aid form attached. The dinner always makes a small surplus but since this is the only fund-raising event we run, we would welcome any extra donation you feel able to make.
 
I do hope you can join us for what is always a very enjoyable evening in aid of a worthwhile cause.
 
Nicholas Holland, Chairman


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1. pay online via this booking page using your credit or debit card
2. you can download the usual booking form.
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Haldane Room
UCL Wilkins Building
Gower Street
WC1E 6BT London
United Kingdom

Thursday, 17 October 2019 at 19:00 (BST)


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