Extreme Poverty and Public Law

The Public Law Project has recently supplied evidence, to which I contributed, to the UN Special Rapporteur on Extreme Poverty, ahead of his visit to the UK. The short submission outlines some of PLP’s key concerns around poverty that arise in the course of the public law work that the organisation does. The evidence is…

Public Law and Administrative Decision-Making

I have arranged a seminar, with the UK Administrative Justice Institute and the Public Law Project, on frontline decision-makers and public law. Detailed are available on the attached flyer. To register for the seminar (places are limited) please email me at joseph.tomlinson@kcl.ac.uk.

Remodelling Social Security Appeals (Again)

I have a new article, with Robert Thomas (University of Manchester), in the Journal of Social Security Law. The article considers the advent of online tribunals in the wider context of social security adjudication. It is available via Westlaw.

Administrative Law After Brexit

Liza Gormsen (Competition Law Forum, BIICL) and I recently published an article in the Cambridge Yearbook of European Legal Studies, entitled “Stumbling Towards the UK ’s New Administrative Settlement: A Study of Competition Law Enforcement After Brexit. The article is available online here.

What we know and what we need to know about the digitalisation of tribunals

Robert Thomas and I recently published a report, in partnership with the Public Law Project and the UK Administrative Justice Institute, on the digitalisation of tribunals. It considers the key issues the ongoing reforms raise and the need for empirical research. The report is available here. Roger Smith’s review of the report is available here.