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Conference: Comparative public law in Europe – Opportunities and Challenges

You are warmly invited to the conference “Comparative public law in Europe – Opportunities and Challenges”, organised at the British Academy (10-11 Carlton House Terrace, St. James’s, London SW1Y 5AH) on 24th March 2017 (from 8:45am to 17:30pm). The conference is organised by the Essex School of Law and financially supported by a British Academy … Continue reading

International workshop on measuring effective access to justice – an overview

  The following overview sets out a summary of a recent workshop on access to justice hosted by the Open Society Justice Initiative (OSJI) and Organisation of Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD). It was held in Paris, at the OECD Conference Centre, on 3-4 November 2016. By Cris Coxon About the workshop The Open Society … Continue reading

Call for papers: Law, Society and Administration in a Changing World, W.G. Hart Legal Workshop 2017

Researchers are invited to participate in the 2017 W.G. Hart Legal Workshop at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, London, on 10-11 July, 2017. The deadline for submissions of abstracts is 31 December 2016. The main aim of the workshop is to explore political, institutional, economic and cultural factors that influence (or have in the past … Continue reading

ADR and Justice Conference

  On 18-20 April 2016, the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies (CSLS) at the University of Oxford will host the Fourth Annual Civil Justice Conference on Consumer ADR/ODR. The conference will address three timely topics and current research addressing these: How have Member States implemented the EU Consumer ADR Directive, and what landscape changes have occurred? Findings … Continue reading

Mapping the new world of accredited ADR schemes

In this post, Richard Kirkham, Senior Lecturer in Public Law at the School of Law, University of Sheffield, explores the problems with regulation of redress in light of the implementation in the UK of the EU ADR Directive. He argues that this is an issue for all branches of justice, including the administrative justice system, because it is part of a number of reforms … Continue reading