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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: Margaret Doyle posted a blog entitled ‘Report on the Administrative Justice Council Academic Panel’s Pop-Up … Continue reading

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

UKAJI’s February 2019 update

Here is UKAJI’s summary of administrative justice news and events for February 2019. If you have a suggestion for inclusion in this month’s or future updates, please contact Lee Marsons at lm17598@essex.ac.uk or @LeeGTMarsons.   UKAJI blog posts Lee Marsons posted a summary of the PHSO’s January 2019 evidence session before the Public Administration and … Continue reading

UKAJI January update

  UKAJI will be posting monthly administrative justice updates at the end of each month. If you have any updates to include in this month’s review or to include in future editions, please email Lee Marsons at lm17598@essex.ac.uk.   UKAJI blog posts: Kelly Shuttleworth (@KellyJShutts) posted a blog entitled ‘Ombudsman schemes in the banking sector … Continue reading

Christmas break and call for submissions for the new year

At UKAJI, we will be taking a short break for Christmas and new year, and will return with new content in early January 2019. We would like to take the opportunity to warmly thank those who have contributed to UKAJI over the last year, including our writers and readers. We would particularly like to thank … Continue reading