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10 Dec 2020
Watch: Panel discussion from October 2020 on the Operation of the Administrative Court during the pandemic
3 Dec 2020
2 Dec 2020
Please visit this page to find out where you can find the recordings from JR Trends and Forecasts 2020: Executive Power.
20 Oct 2020
These are the resources from the ‘Where are we now? Case law update’ session from the Costs in Judicial Review seminar.
6 May 2020
These are the resources from the Costs for defendants session of the Costs in JR seminar.
These are the resources from the ‘Aarhus and costs in environmental Judicial Review’ session from the Costs in JR seminar.
The Coronavirus pandemic and subsequent Government advice on social distancing have led to sudden changes across the Courts and Tribunals system in England and Wales, including a move, in some cases, to remote hearings. This event, originally held on April 8th, 2020, convened an expert panel to discuss: State of play currently in the courts
8 Apr 2020
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.
7 Nov 2019
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.
6 Nov 2019
Dr Reuben Binns of Oxford University delivered a talk on automated systems and algorithms at PLP’s annual conference.
5 Nov 2019
Our equality laws are fragile – Dame Laura Cox QC Former Justice of the High Court, Dame Laura Cox DBE opened the Public Law Project’s inaugural Discrimination Law conference this week by sharing her view on why our equality laws are still fragile nearly ten years on from the 2010 Equality Act. Dame Laura’s wide-ranging