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IACL newsletter July 2012 <– click here to download pdf.
All paid-up members of the UK Constitutional Law Group (UKCLG) are members of the International Association of Constitutional Law and will want to see the IACL’s latest newsletter. Details of how to pay UKCLG subs (£15 for a calendar year) are here. Funds are used to cover the costs of running the blog, of expenses associated with meetings, and the annual fee to support the work of the IACL. Thank you.
Andrew Le Sueur (co-convenor of the UKCLG and member of the executive committee of the IACL)