Roscoe Lecture Series - Liverpool John Moores University

Thirteenth SeriesĀ 

2010

Roscoe Lecture Series

Thirteenth Series - 2010

The 13th Roscoe Lecture series welcomed speakers debating a range of topics around public service, military service and the changing face of Africa. Lord Justice Sir Brian Leveson, who later went on to become Chancellor of Liverpool John Moores University, delivered a lecture on 'Criminal Justice in the 21st Century'.

Roscoe Lecture Series - Liverpool John Moores University

Sir Liam Donaldson

The Legacy of Dr Duncan: The first MOH

Roscoe Lecture Series - Liverpool John Moores UniversitySir Liam Donaldson is a doctor and former Chief Medical Officer for England, a role he was appointed to in 1998. He was advisor to the UK government on health matters and one of the most senior officials in the NHS.

"My bottom line is that I would go to the wall for the public because that is who I am there to serve..."

Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe QPM

Policing in the Future

Roscoe Lecture Series - Liverpool John Moores UniversitySir Bernard Hogan-Howe was the Chief Constable of Merseyside Police and is currently Metropolitan Police Commissioner for London.

"The results we achieved on Merseyside were not down to me or any other one person. They were down to everyone - my staff and the public - all working together and only then because we had the local support backing us."

Professor The Baroness Greenfield

TV Brains v Cyberbrains: Which Generation Thinks Best Outside the Box

Roscoe Lecture Series - Liverpool John Moores UniversityBaroness Greenfield is Professor of Pharmacology at the University of Oxford. Her research focuses on diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. She has helped to popularise science by writing and appearing on radio and television.

You can download and listen to her lecture here

Lord Malloch-Brown

The Changing Face of Africa

Roscoe Lecture Series - Liverpool John Moores UniversityLord Malloch-Brown is a former Minister of State in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. As a part of this role for the British Government he led responsibility for Africa, Asia and the United Nations. He has worked for the United Nations as Administrator for their Development Programme and was Deputy Secretary-General from April 2006 to December 2006.

You can download and listen to his lecture here

The Duke of Westminster

The Territorial Army and the Volunteer Ethos

Roscoe Lecture Series - Liverpool John Moores UniversityGerald Grosvenor, 6th Duke of Westminster served in the military after leaving school and commanded the Northern Irish Horse and the Cheshire Yeomanry. He owns the property company Grosvenor Group which has played a leading role in the regeneration of Liverpool. He has devoted his life to the Territorial Army.

"I have been serving for nearly half of the entire life of the Territorial Army - and if there is anybody who knows how it ticks, it has got to be me."

Lord Justice Sir Brian Leveson

Criminal Justice in the 21st Century

Roscoe Lecture Series - Liverpool John Moores UniversitySir Brian Leveson was a Judge practising on the Northern circuit with chambers in Liverpool. He worked in many areas such as common law, crime, personal injury and commercial work. In 2013 he was installed as the Chancellor of Liverpool John Moores University.

You can download and listen to his lecture here