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UKAJI New Voices Workshop: Report

By Joe Tomlinson and Tim Sandars On 1 September 2017, the University of Sheffield hosted a workshop, supported by UKAJI, on work on administrative and social justice by early career researchers. Joe Tomlinson and Tim Sandars provide an overview of the workshop and the papers presented. The New Voices in Administrative Justice Workshop was organised … Continue reading

Invitation: Complaints Research Report Launch

The UK Administrative Justice Institute (UKAJI) and the University of Glasgow are pleased to invite you to the launch of a new research report: Scotland’s Model Complaint Handling Procedures When: Thursday 26 October, 4pm Where: Halliday Room, School of Law, 5-9 the Square, University of Glasgow The report was commissioned by UKAJI to explore innovative developments … Continue reading

Save the date!

  UKAJI will be launching our Research Roadmap for administrative justice on 6 December 2017 at the University of Essex, Colchester Please join us if you can. It will be an opportunity for you to contribute to the future direction of this vital area of research knowledge and evidence. It will also be an opportunity … Continue reading

Where do we need to go with research in administrative justice?

There’s still time to give us your views on the research needs and priorities for administrative justice. Our proposed research roadmap includes a link to an online survey an with our consultation questions. Please respond by 30 September. An overview of the consultation Since starting work nearly three years ago, UKAJI’s primary tasks have been to … Continue reading

New Voices in Administrative Justice – a UKAJI workshop

Following on from the creation of the UKAJI Early Career Researchers Network in 2016, a one-day workshop – funded and supported by UKAJI – will be hosted at the University of Sheffield on 1 September 2017. The workshop will feature a range of early career researchers, along with a panel of senior researchers to discuss … Continue reading