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CrowdJustice: Looking forward for human rights and public interest cases

This piece appeared originally on the website of the Oxford Human Rights Hub is re-blogged here with permission. Views expressed in blog posts are those of the author and not necessarily those of UKAJI. By Julia Salasky What is the future of human rights and public interest litigation? At the moment we are confronting existential threats to … Continue reading

What’s new in administrative justice, March 2015

Parliament The Armed Forces (Service Complaints and Financial Assistance) Bill has completed Report Stage and Third Reading in the House of Commons. The Bill establishes the office of Service Complaints Ombudsman, replacing the Service Complaints Commissioner. The Local Government (Review of Decisions) Bill had its Second Reading in the House of Lords on 27 February … Continue reading

What’s new in administrative justice, February 2015

In the first of a regular feature on the UKAJI blog, we bring together news, developments, events and publications related to administrative justice. To suggest an item for future “What’s new” posts, please email ukaji@essex.ac.uk. Parliament The Local Government (Review of Decisions) Bill was debated by the House of Commons Public Bill Committee on 21 … Continue reading