The Royal College of Surgeons

As one of the world’s leading surgical institutions, the College has been based at Lincoln’s Inn Fields since 1797, representing an institution at the forefront of surgical education and training and now serving as an outstanding venue for conferences, meetings and banquets. Built in 1835, the Grade II listed home was designed by Sir Charles Barry, the architect of the Houses of Parliament.

The IMHR conference will be held in the state of the art Vandervell lecture theatre – a purpose-built, air-conditioned auditorium.

Following the conference, there with a drinks reception and canapés in the original Surgeons Library and the fascinating Hunterian Museum.

Getting there:

The College is centrally located at Lincoln's Inn Fields within easy walking distance of Holborn (Piccadilly and Central lines) and Temple (District and Circle Lines) underground stations. It is a short taxi or underground journey from most major rail stations. Two NCP car parks are situated nearby.


If you would like accommodation during the International Maritime Human Rights Conference and Dinner, please click the following links for more information and contact details:

Please be advised rooms are on a first come first served basis and are subject to availability. The venue will need credit card details at the time of booking in order to secure the room, as well as your name and contact details.



The Royal College of Surgeons of England

35-43 Lincoln's Inn Fields
United Kingdom
Tel: 020 7405 3474