New report finds lack of trust at heart of system
20 Jul 2022
Why more must be done to make legal aid accessible
26 Apr 2022
Expert insights on how to ensure automated decision making operates fairly
10 Mar 2022
How a self-organised group from Hull fought for justice
10 Nov 2021
Read PLP researchers Jack Maxwell and Dr Joe Tomlinson writing in the Judicial Review journal on the importance of the Government disclosing the technical models behind its decision-making
13 Apr 2021
Overwhelming, disorientating and confusing: 34 ways to improve access to justice at the first-tier tribunal
17 Dec 2020
PLP researchers Dr Joe Tomlinson and Jack Maxwell in the Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal on why Governments must not ignore the risk of algorithmic discrimination
28 Oct 2020
The UK’s withdrawal from the European Union led to a tsunami of delegated legislation, provoking a re-examination of long-held anxieties about the role of delegated legislation in the contemporary constitution. In this report, we provide an account of Brexit delegated legislation from the 2016 referendum until Exit Day, arguing that, while the system as a
13 Oct 2020
This report scrutinises the Home Office’s case for the transition to digital-only immigration status, drawing on the prominent recent example of the EU Settlement Scheme. We warn that digital-only status is risky and call on the Home Office not to rule out bringing in a paper-based back-up. Based on our analysis of the tradeoffs involved,
1 Oct 2020
This briefing provides an update to Public Law Project’s earlier report, Improving Exceptional Case Funding: Providers’ Perspectives, which was published in January 2020 just before the COVID-19 pandemic.
This report examines the transition to using the online procedure to manage appeals in the First-tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber).
26 Aug 2020
The arrival of the coronavirus in the UK caused a dramatic shift from conventional justice processes to remote hearings in a matter of days. In this report, our Research Team documents the first set of empirical findings concerning remote justice in the Administrative Court during the COVID-19 pandemic.
20 Apr 2020