Socio-Legal Studies Association

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Call for papers

  The annual SLSA (Socio-Legal Studies Association) conference is being held this year at Lancaster University, April 5-7 2016. The SLSA conference has an Administrative Justice stream which welcomes papers on a variety of topics around the administrative justice theme. For queries, please contact either: Richard Kirkham (r.m.kirkham@sheffield.ac.uk) or Naomi Creutzfeldt (naomi.creutzfeldt@wolfson.ox.ac.uk). The Call for Papers closes 6pm, … Continue reading

Report from the annual Socio-Legal Studies Association conference, and a call for a new description of administrative justice

Margaret Doyle, Senior Research Officer, UKAJI At the SLSA conference at Warwick University at the beginning of April we saw some grim statistics presented in the Administrative Justice stream. Robert Thomas from Manchester University exposed some of the myths about numbers of judicial reviews in immigration and asylum cases. ‘Success’ rates at final hearing disguise … Continue reading