UK Constitutional Law Association

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David Mead: Public Law Current Survey (Feb – Apr 2015)

Originally posted on UK Constitutional Law Association:
Editors’ note: The Public Law Current Survey was originally published in Public Law and is reprinted here with the generous permission of that journal. The July 2015 issue of the journal is now out and its table of contents can be consulted below. ? (This survey covers the…

Comment from Australia: Australian Government Scraps Peak Administrative Law Advisory Body

By Janina Boughey and Greg Weeks. This post was originally published on the UK Constitutional Law Association blog and is re-posted with permission. After the problems the Australian Government encountered in passing many of its 2014-15 budget measures through the Senate, Australia’s Prime Minister, Tony Abbott, promised that the 2015-16 budget would be ‘dull and routine’. It is unlikely … Continue reading

Tom Hickman and Maurice Sunkin: Success in Judicial Review: The Current Position

Originally posted on UK Constitutional Law Association:
Avid readers of the legal press may have spotted the eye-catching statistic that in 2014 a meagre 1% of claims for judicial review were successful. The figure is derived from the statement in the MOJ’s overview of the Civil Justice Statistics Quarterly (October – December 2014) published on…

Event: seminar on right to an oral hearing

On 14 May 2014 the UK Constitutional Law Association will hold its first joint seminar with ALBA ( the Constitutional and Administrative Law Bar Association). The topic addresses questions of procedural fairness  in relation to the right to an oral hearing.  The speakers are  Hugh Southey QC and Professor David Feldman, with Mr Justice Silber as Chair. The … Continue reading