UK Constitutional Law Association

affiliated to the International Association of Constitutional Law

Event: book launch discussion 20 January 2014

Bamforth and LeylandAccountability in the Contemporary Constitution (OUP)

Monday 20 January 2014, 6-8 pm (you are welcome to arrive from 5.30 pm)

Venue: Faculty of Business and Law, London Metropolitan University, City Campus, 16 Goulston Street, London E1 7TP. Goulston Street is in close proximity to Aldgate East and Aldgate underground stations.

UK Constitutional Law Group members are invited to the launch of  Accountability in the Contemporary Constitution, edited by Nicholas Bamforth and Peter Leyland. The event is in association with Oxford University Press, London Metropolitan University and the Global Policy Institute. RSVP essential:  j.kingmalik@londonmet.ac.uk

The event chaired by Mr Justice Bean will include a brief introduction from the editors and feature Professor Mark Tushnet (Harvard Law School) who will speak on the subject of constitutional accountability. Oxford University Press will be selling copies of the book on the evening at a special discounted price.

About UKCLA

The United Kingdom Constitutional Law Association (UKCLA) is the UK’s national body of constitutional law scholars affiliated to the International Association of Constitutional Law. Its object is to ‘encourage and promote the advancement of knowledge relating to United Kingdom constitutional law (broadly defined) and the study of constitutions generally’.

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