As my house approaches its centenary, it becomes harder to deny that some architectural designs age better than others. No doubt it all looked great in 1930, but some of … Continue reading
Jason N.E. Varuhas: Should the common law of review and the law under the Human Rights Act 1998 be “synthesised”?
In the recent decision of Kennedy v The Charity Commission  UKSC 20 Lord Mance speculated that in time some form of “synthesis may emerge” between the common law of … Continue reading
CROSS-POSTED FROM Constitutional Law Professors Blog (US). The Court’s opinion in Schuette v. BAMN (Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action, Integration and Immigrant Rights and Fight for Equality By Any Means … Continue reading
The Indian Supreme Court has recently delivered an important judgment in the case of National Legal Services Authority v Union of India (NALSA). A two-judge bench comprising Justices Radhakrishnan and … Continue reading
On 26 March 2014 the Supreme Court gave a lengthy judgment in Kennedy v Charity Commission  UKSC 20, running to 248 paragraphs. The Supreme Court decision is full of … Continue reading
On 14 May 2014 the UK CLA will hold its first joint seminar with ALBA ( the Constitutional and Administrative Law Bar Association). The topic addresses questions of procedural fairness … Continue reading
The Constitutional Reform Act redrew relationships between the senior judiciary and Parliament in a number of ways. Amongst the most significant was removing the right of the LCJ to speak … Continue reading