A series of lectures is to be delivered by judges of the UK Supreme Court to mark the Supreme Court's 10th anniversary this autumn.
A judge from each of the four nations of the Supreme Court will reflect on the court's work over the last decade, and the interplay between the court and each jurisdiction.
Lord Reed, Deputy President and the next President of the Supreme Court, will deliver the first lecture, entitled "The Supreme Court and Scotland: The First Ten Years", on Tuesday 19 November at 6pm.
On Tuesday 26 November at 6pm, Lord Lloyd-Jones will speak on "Wales: Law in a Small Nation".
Lord Kerr will give the third lecture, "The impact of the Supreme Court on the law of Northern Ireland", on Wednesday 4 December at 6pm.
In the final address, on Wednesday 12 December at 6pm, Lady Hale, President of the Supreme Court, will speak on "The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom – Lessons from our first Ten Years."
Each lecture will be given at the court in Parliament Square, London. Tickets for each lecture cost £6, with all proceeds going to the Supreme Court Arts Trust.