University of Sussex

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Call for abstracts: Public Law Reform Now

If you could change just one thing about the judicial control of administration, what would it be? Abstracts considering this question are invited for a conference to be held at the University of Sussex on 20 September 2016. Note: The deadline for abstracts is Friday 24 June 2016. Public Law Reform Now forms part of the … Continue reading

Why the Judicial Power Project is wrong about Anisminic

  By Lindsay Stirton and T.T. Arvind Lindsay Stirton (Professor of Public Law at Sussex Law School, University of Sussex) and T.T. Arvind (Professor of Law, Newcastle Law School, Newcastle University) critically examine a recent report by the Judicial Power Project, focusing on one so-called problematic case. This article is cross-posted on the UK Constitutional … Continue reading