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Case law update: Costs in Judicial Review

These are the resources from the ‘Where are we now? Case law update’ session from the Costs in Judicial Review seminar. Martin Westgate’s slides Paul Draycott’s slides Costs in Judicial Review Update   You can listen to the talk below (there are a few minor technical difficulties – the moments of silence do pick back…

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Costs for defendants: Costs in Judicial Review

These are the resources from the Costs for defendants session of the Costs in JR seminar. PowerPoint slides – Andrew Sharland and Joanne Clement, 11KBW   You can listen to the recording from the session below:…

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Costs in Judicial Review: Aarhus and costs in environmental judicial review

These are the resources from the ‘Aarhus and costs in environmental Judicial Review’ session from the Costs in JR seminar. Nina Pindham’s PowerPoint slides Gillian Lobo’s PowerPoint slides Richard Buxton’s PowerPoint slides   You can listen to the talk here as well:…

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Remote Justice: Access to courts and tribunals during the pandemic

This is the audio recording of the webinar originally held on April 8th, 2020. The page of resources referenced in the talk is here. …

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JR Trends and Forecasts 2019: Duty of candour and cooperation

Listen to Charlotte Kilroy QC, Doughty Street Chambers and Iain Steele, Blackstone Chambers give a talk on the duty of candour and cooperation at JR Trends and Forecasts 2019: Public law and technology.…

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JR Trends and Forecasts 2019: Top public law cases of the year

Alison Pickup, Legal Director of PLP, Tristan Jones of Blackstone Chambers and Mark Smyth of Herbert Smith Freehills, on the top public law cases of the year.  From this year’s Judicial Review Trends and Forecasts conference. You can listen to the talk below.…

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Explaining algorithms and automation: A guide for lawyers

Dr Reuben Binns of Oxford University delivered a talk on automated systems and algorithms at PLP’s annual conference. You can follow along with the slides here. Download the slides as a pdf here. Recorded on 31 October 2019. If you have any questions about this session, please email Amelie Godfrey.…

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Brexit and the constitution: Still fit for purpose or broken?

The panel at PLP’s annual conference, recorded on Tuesday 16 October 2018. Chair: Prof Jeff King, University College London Panel: Prof Richard Ekins, Associate Professor, University of Oxford and Head of Policy Exchange’s Judicial Power Project Sir Jeffrey Jowell QC (Hon), Blackstone Chambers Kate O’Regan, Director, Bonavero Institute of Human Rights Alexandra Runswick, Director, Unlock…

2 Nov 2018

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The role of the judges in a post-referendum world

Lord Neuberger

The opening address to the PLP annual Judicial Review Trends and Forecasts conference  on October 17, 2017. Lord Neuberger’s extraordinarily rich talk enters the topic via The Handmaid’s Tale, and proceedss to take in everything from executive power to judicial diversity and public legal education. Do stay for the Q and A at the end!…

2 Nov 2017

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Mick Antoniw AM, Counsel General for Wales

Mick Antoniw AM

The Counsel General talks to The Wales Bill , Brexit , Article 50 , the Miller Judgment and the Sewell Convention. This was recorded at the PLP Wales conferecne on 27 April 2017.…

1 Jun 2017

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Public law and the Investigatory Powers Bill

Ben Jaffey , Cathryn McGahey QC , Graham Smith , Richard Hermer QC

The investigatory Powers Bill (IPB) provides a legal framework to UK state surveillance , purporting to balance personal privacy with the needs of state to provide security and prevent fraud and terrorism. The panellists disucss the public law issues arising from the so called ‘snoopers charter’.…

18 Nov 2016

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The limits of judicial authority

Prof Mark Elliott

There has been a good deal of discussion of late about the notion of judicial overreach , the suggestion being that ‘judicial power’ needs to be more carefully confined than it has been in the recent past. In this talk , Mark Elliott , while acknowledging that there must be , or are , limits to judicial power , will critically examine and challenge the argument that the courts are guilty of significant overreach.

3 Nov 2016