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What’s new in administrative justice, April 2017

UK Parliament The Justice Committee has published a report on the implications of Brexit for the justice system. The Committee welcomed the Government’s intention to maintain cooperation with the EU on criminal justice and recommended that it should also seek to replicate existing civil law measures as closely as possible. It further recommended that the … Continue reading

Brexit and Administrative Justice

By Joe Tomlinson After the UK’s Brexit vote of June 2016, much of the attention—at least in legal circles—was focused on the Article 50 litigation. But, for all the debate, history is likely to see Miller as no more than a hallmark of a period of relative inactivity before the real reformation of the UK … Continue reading

Invitation – Brexit debate

Interested in exploring the administrative justice implications of Brexit? Join in the debate…. The University of Essex School of Law invites you to join the debate and put your questions to our panel of experts. Monday 23rd January 2017, from 6pm Members of the public, students and staff are all welcome to attend. Dr Tom Cornford, Senior … Continue reading

Should there be a fundamental right to administrative justice in the UK?

By Joe Tomlinson, Lecturer in Public Law, University of Sheffield Should there be a fundamental right to administrative justice in the UK? This post suggests that this is a topic that has received insufficient attention so far, makes a case for further consideration of it, and identifies some key questions that underlie it. This blog … Continue reading