Date(s) - 07/10/2014
10:00 am - 4:30 pm
George Hotel, Edinburgh
- Kenny MacAskill MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Justice
- Sir Crispin Agnew, QC
- Dr James Nicholls, Alcohol Research UK
Conference Chair: Lesley Riddoch
The theme for the 2014 National Licensing Conference will be the public interest purpose of licensing as it relates to communities, economic interests and the law. It has been said that the grant of a licence is an act of administrative discretion in the public interest. But what is the public interest and how is it represented in the licensing process? The conference will explore what the public interest means in terms of the law and society.
Building on ten years of success, the conference continues to be the showcase event on licensing issues in Scotland.
Over the years there have been several landmark policy and legislative announcements made at the conference, such as minimum unit pricing.
The conference will hear from expert speakers presenting the very latest licensing policy and practice, as well as panel discussions and plenty of time for questions.
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Delegate Cost: £149
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