The Public Law Project’s new Research Strategy 2020, with an introduction by Professor Sir Jeffrey Jowell QC, is now available online here.
As part of a new set of research reports being released by the Public Law Project, a report on Public Law and Clinical Legal Environments has been published. The research underpinning this report was funded by the Legal Education Foundation. The report is available here. Also published by PLP is Emma Marshall’s report on setting up…
I have a short new blog post on the Administrative Law in the Common Law World Blog. It considers whether the idea of “fair labelling” in administrative justice–where users of a system are given some clear indication of the quality of administrative justice they will receive in relation to a decision-making or appeals process–is viable….
Many public law academics will be familiar with the research work of the Public Law Project, including empirical studies such as The Dynamics of Judicial Review Litigation and The Value & Effects of Judicial Review: The Nature of Claims, their Outcomes and Consequences. To mark a renewed commitment to undertaking high-quality and independent research on…
I have organised a seminar with Professor Gordon Anthony (Queen’s University Belfast) to be held at the University of Sheffield. Professor Anthony will be speaking on the topic of “Abuse of Power in Administrative Law.” Details of the event are on the below flyer—all are welcome, but please confirm attendance via email first. ￼
A book review I recently wrote for Legal Studies has now been published. The review is of Legitimate Expectations in the Common Law World by Matthew Groves and Greg Weeks (eds). You can download a copy from the journal’s website here.
Professor Graham Gee (University of Sheffield) and I recently hosted the Northern Public Law Forum at the Sheffield School of Law. The two speakers at the Forum were Professor Carol Harlow (LSE) and Professor Rick Rawlings (UCL). Professor Robert Thomas (University of Manchester) and Professor Alison Young (University of Cambridge) provided responses to the papers….