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Author: Founding editors Farrah Ahmed, Swati Jhaveri and Adam Perry
The Admin Law Blog is a group blog about administrative law in the Commonwealth, common law world.
What is the ‘common law world’ insofar as administrative law is concerned? Reflections on editing Questioning the Foundations of Public Law (Hart 2018).
Lee Marsons: Bifurcation and deference: a comparison of Indian and English proportionality
Administrative Law Digest
Janet McLean: Public Office and Public Law
Sofia Ranchordás: Cities as Corporations? The Privatization of Cities and the Automation of Local Law
Administrative Law Digest
Joe Tomlinson: Fair Labelling in Administrative Justice
Swati Jhaveri: Administrative Law – A Modest Guardian of the Rule of Law on Questions of National Security in Hong Kong
Publisher: LSE Institute of Public Affairs
Constitution UK is a trailblazing project that invites members of the public to participate in, offer advice on and eventually to draft a new UK constitution through crowdsourcing.
The People’s Constitution
Online voting is the 21st century answer to poor voter turnout in the UK
Can the Union survive the election?
Kingmakers, Kingslayers – or only Wildlings – The Northern Ireland MPs in the Westminster Game of Thrones
The Constitutional Implications of the Rise of the SNP
Conservatism and Constitutionalism: Key Constitutional Proposals from the Conservative Party Manifesto
General Election 2015: the Emergent Sense of an English Identity
Does engaging the public in the constitutional process depend on the existence of a ‘constitutional identity’?
Publisher: Constitution Unit
The Constitution Unit conducts timely, rigorous, independent research into constitutional change and its consequences. Our research has significant real-world impact, informing policy-makers engaged in constitutional reform both in the United Kingdom and around the world.
‘Gendered Vulnerability’ and representation in United States politics
The EU (Withdrawal) Bill raises questions about the role of smaller opposition parties in the legislative process
Why we need a Committee for Future Generations in the House of Lords
What is the Salisbury convention, and have the Lords broken it over Brexit?
Ten Things to Know about the next Accession and Coronation
Drawing boundaries: the problem of gerrymandering in the US
Crisis, headache, or sideshow: how should the UK government respond to the Scottish parliament’s decision to withhold consent for the Withdrawal Bill?
Lords Brexit defeats are forcing MPs to face crucial choices
Author: Alan Trench, Professor of Politics, University of Ulster
Brexit, Article 50 and devolved legislative consent
Why solicitors should worry about the Draft Wales Bill
Devolved elections and the timing of the EU referendum
The Draft Wales Bill: analysing the specific reservations
Not meeting the challenge: The failings of the Draft Wales bill
Launch of report on the Draft Wales Bill
The Enterprise bill: public sector pay-outs and devolution
Tax devolution and the block grant: a solution for Scotland that doesn’t work anywhere else?
Author: Carl Gardner, barrister
Specialising in European, human rights and public law.
Laughing gas and the Psychoactive Substances Act
Will Brexit rights have direct effect? The Human Rights Act may show us the answer
The Suez file: the Attorney’s letter to the Prime Minister, November 13, 1956
The Suez file: correspondence between Sir Gerald Fitzmaurice and the Attorney General, November 6-7, 1956
The Suez file: Lord McNair’s letter to Lord Kilmuir, November 4, 1956
The Suez file: the Attorney’s letter to R. A. Butler, November 1, 1956
The Suez file: the Attorney’s letter to Selwyn Lloyd, November 1, 1956
The Suez file: the Attorney’s letter and memo of October 31, 1956
Publisher: Policy Exchange
Sir Patrick Elias | Judicial scepticism from the left: some thoughts
Reflections on the Rise of Judicial Power
Putting Judicial Power In Its Place
Phil Syrpis | ‘Judicial Power and the Left’ – A short response
Simon Lee | Judicial Power: What is Left Unsaid?
Commentary on Sir Noel Malcolm’s “Human Rights and Political Wrongs”
Noel Malcolm | Between Human Rights Theory and Practice: A Reply to Five Commentators
Second-Guessing Policy Choices: The rule of law after the Supreme Court’s UNISON judgment
Publisher: Kingsley Napley
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Publisher: Monckton Chambers
Brexit is an unprecedented political, economic and legal phenomenon. The Monckton Brexit Blog gives you expert legal insight and analysis from barristers at Monckton Chambers.
Author: Mark Elliott, Professor of Public Law, University of Cambridge
Consistency as a free-standing principle of administrative law?
Human Rights Post-Brexit: The Need for Legislation?
Sovereignty or supremacy? Lords Constitution Committee reports on EU (Withdrawal) Bill
Through the Looking-Glass? Ouster Clauses, Statutory Interpretation and the British Constitution
Does the Government defeat on clause 9 of the EU (Withdrawal) Bill mean Parliament has ‘taken back control’?
The Brexit agreement and citizens’ rights: Can Parliament deliver what the Government has promised?
Privacy International in the Court of Appeal: Anisminic distinguished — again
Judicial Power and the United Kingdom’s Changing Constitution
Publisher: Scottish Constitutional Futures Forum
Aileen McHarg: Indyref2: Who Decides?
Tom Mullen: The Brexit Litigation: A Guide for the Perplexed
Aileen McHarg: Article 50, Parliamentary Authorisation and the Sewel Convention
Jim Gallagher: The Brexit Referendum: a Cautionary Tale and an Unexpected Opportunity
Aileen McHarg: Brexit, Article 50 and the Acts of Union
Tom Mullen: A Tale of Two Referendums
Neil Walker: In, Out or In-Between? Rebooting Britain-in-Europe after the 'Brexit' Referendum
Tom Mullen and Sarah Craig: The Immigration Act 2016, Reserved Matters and the Sewel Convention: a Reply
Author: Matthew Stanbury, Barrister at Garden Court North
News and Case Comment on Public Law, Coronial and Criminal Law
Discredited Offending Behaviour Programmes
Fresh Evidence Applications
Making an application to the CCRC
Writing your grounds of appeal
Will I get legal aid for my appeal?
Can I appeal my conviction?
R v Jogee: Joint enterprise appeals
Pressure to plead guilty
Publisher: UK Administrative Justice Institute
Universal Credit – When evidence becomes politicised
Grenfell – an administrative justice case study, one year on
How do complaints affect those complained about? And what can we do about it?
Designing a Public Services Ombud scheme for Jersey
What is administrative justice? UKAJI’s website has the answers
Extending access to Exceptional Case Funding (ECF) through the work of university law clinics
Windrush – what are the administrative justice dimensions?
An example of how administrative justice design considerations apply across the justice system
Publisher: UK Constitutional Law Association
Weekly round-up of events
Kenneth Campbell QC: Wightman v Secretary of State: Article 50 and Parliamentary Privilege
Massimo Fichera: The Italian President and the Security of the European Project
Alison Young: European Union (Withdrawal) Bill and the Meaningful Vote: Constititutional Inconsistency or Constitutional Inconvenience?
Francis Young: Parliament and Taking Back Control: A Precedent from the Maastricht Debates
Shona Wilson Stark: In Re Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission’s Application for Judicial Review  UKSC 27: A Declaration in All but Name?
Jack Simson Caird: Parliament’s Right to a ‘Meaningful Vote’: Amendments to the EU (Withdrawal) Bill
Weekly round-up of events