PLP is committed to promoting progressive reforms to judicial review and wider constitutional reforms. Legislative and policy reforms pursued by the current Government risk seriously undermining the mechanisms by which marginalised groups can challenge public bodies.
We continue to focus on the development and dissemination of accessible research and evidence-based storytelling to counter inaccurate and harmful narratives that seek to limit government accountability.
Our main goals in this area are:
Read more in our 2022-25 strategy
A new report from the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Select Committee (PACAC) calls for greater scrutiny of treaties
In our response to the Scottish Government’s Human Rights Act consultation, PLP celebrates a progressive attitude to human rights law
26 February 2024 – 29 February 2024 @ 12:00 am – A complete online course, run in short (1hour +) sessions on Zoom, over 4 days (26-29 February). All sessions are recorded for delegates to access after the training concludes. This course is presented in partnership with 39 Essex Chambers. Who should attend: Junior and trainee lawyers, advisers, advocates and anyone likely to be involved in […]