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Report on the Administrative Justice Council Academic Panel’s Pop-up event, 12 February 2019

Report on the Administrative Justice Council Academic Panel’s Pop-up event, 12 February 2019     By Margaret Doyle   Administrative justice met The Apprentice at a pop-up event organised by the Academic Panel of the Administrative Justice Council earlier this month. At what was badged a ‘speed-dating’ event for researchers, representatives of organisations interested in … Continue reading

Defining vulnerability in the enforcement of public debts

  Defining vulnerability in the enforcement of public debts Jennie Bunt This is a revised version of an original blog-post on the website of The Justice Gap   Testing the boundaries of definitions When the accessibility of justice is threatened, considerable strain is placed on legal definitions. Such definitions carve out the boundaries of, for … Continue reading

Brexit and Administrative Justice: An Early Analysis (Part II – Emerging Trends)

Brexit and Administrative Justice: An Early Analysis (Part II – Emerging Trends) By Joe Tomlinson   In a previous post in this series, I introduced a framework for understanding trends in law and administration during the Brexit process. That framework had three parts: internal organisation issues; external coordination issues; and substantive legal issues. In this … Continue reading

Being Complained About: Good Practice Principles and Guidelines

By Chris Gill and Carolyn Hirst     Being Complained About: Good Practice Principles and Guidelines New guidance is being published today, which aims to help organisations provide better support to employees who have been subject to a complaint. Research shows that being complained about can significantly affect employees’ health, wellbeing, and work practice: 71% … Continue reading

Public law and administrative decision-making: Two key questions for research

By Joe Tomlinson This post, based on a seminar held at King’s College London and supported by the Public Law Project and the UK Administrative Justice Institute, examines the potential for the further development of research at the intersection of public law and administrative decision-making. Speakers at the event included Dr Bernardo Zacka (MIT), Dr … Continue reading