Public Law in Pieces

I have recently had a blog published on the UK Constitutional Law Blog, entitled “Public Law in Pieces: A Reply to Professor Sossin and Some Suggestions for HMCTS.” It is available here.

Legal Aid Research Briefings

To coincide with the ongoing LASPO review, PLP has produced a range of research briefings on key issues in the provision of legal aid. They cover a range of topics and can be found by following the below links: The gap between the legal aid means regulations and financial reality; Legal aid and access to…

The Admin Law Blog

I am delighted to have joined the editorial team of the Admin Law Blog, alongside Farrah Ahmed (Melbourne) and Swati Jhaveri (NUS). The Admin Law Blog is a group blog about administrative law in the Commonwealth, common law world. We aim to publish about one post a week, plus a bi-weekly digest of news and events…

PLP Trends and Forecasts Conference

The programme for the PLP’s annual trends and forecasts conference is now available. This year, the conference will celebrate the life and work of Sir Henry Brooke by exploring some of his many interests. I will be talking about research at the PLP and chairing a panel on public law and AI. More details are…

Reports on Public Law and Clinical Legal Environments

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…

Fair Labelling in Administrative Justice

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….