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UKAJI March 2019 update

Here is UKAJI’s round-up of significant administrative justice news and events for March 2019. If you have any information to add to this update or any future updates, please contact Lee Marsons on lm17598@essex.ac.uk or @LeeGTMarsons.

 

UKAJI blog posts:

 

Published research:

 

Reports, guidance, and reviews:

 

Events:

 

Ombuds affairs:

 

News items:

 

Coming up in April 2019…

  • A blog from Sarah Nason on her administrative justice and education in Wales workshops that took place during February and March 2019 at the University of Bangor;
  • A blog from Maurice Sunkin reviewing Richard Kirkham and Marc Hertogh’s text ‘Research Handbook on the Ombudsman
  • A blog from Lee Marsons on the PACAC’s report on the PHSO mentioned above;
  • A blog from Lee Marsons concerning the SLSA 2019 events on administrative justice at the University of Leeds;
  • A blog from Natalie Byrom exploring her work on defining and providing metrics for access to justice in the administrative justice field;
  • A blog from Margaret Doyle concerning her report ‘A Place at the Table’ to be launched in June 2019 about young people’s participation in resolving disputes about special educational needs and disabilities;
  • Public Law Project, Cardiff University, and Linenhall Chambers are co-sponsoring an event related to administrative justice in Wales to be held on 25th April 2019.

About UK Administrative Justice Institute

Funded by the Nuffield Foundation, we link research, practice & policy on administrative justice in the UK

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