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UKCLA members and blog followers interested in administrative justice will want to know about the launch of a new project to create the United Kingdom Administrative Justice Institute (UKAJI). Based at the University of Essex School of Law for the next three years, the initiative is made possible thanks to a £350,000 grant from the Nuffield Foundation.
The project is cross-disciplinary and has three aims (1) linking the policy, practice and research communities involved in administrative justice; (2) developing a coordinated research agenda; and (3) identifying and tackling capacity constraints. More information about the project is on the UKAJI website and blog; and you can follow the project on Twitter. Work will start in earnest in October 2014. In the meantime, we are seeking to appoint a senior research officer.
The ‘core team’ of the project consists of:
Andrew Le Sueur is president of the UK Constitutional Law Association and Professor of Constitutional Justice at the University of Essex, UK
Suggested citation: A. Le Sueur, ‘Announcing the launch of UKAJI’ U.K. Const. L. Blog (13th August 2014) (available at http://ukconstitutionallaw.org).