affiliated to the International Association of Constitutional Law
The Oxford Public Law Forum is a group comprising Faculty members and research students in public law at Oxford. It is organising a series of panel discussions on big-picture issues in contemporary public law.
Its first event will be February 11th, 2014 (TOMORROW):
The Role of Accountability in Contemporary Public Law
Nick Bamforth, Professor Anne Davies, Professor Timothy Endicott, Professor Sandra Fredman
February 11th, The Cube, Oxford Law Faculty, St Cross Building, 5-6.30pm.
This event will also provide an opportunity to celebrate the publication of Accountability in the Contemporary Constitution (OUP 2014) edited by Nick Bamforth and Peter Leyland.
There will also be a panel discussion on the recent Supreme Court decision in HS2:
Reflections on HS2
Professor Paul Craig, Dr Liz Fisher, Dr Aileen Kavanagh, Professor Stephen Weatherill.
February 19th, 2014, The Cube, Oxford Law Faculty, St Cross Building, 12.30-2pm
All are welcome to these events. If you have queries, please contact Aileen Kavanagh (firstname.lastname@example.org).