On Friday 9 January 2015, the UK Constitutional Law Association will hold its Annual General Meeting followed by a roundtable discussion with two panels. For the AGM, members who have paid their 2014 subscription will receive the agenda and papers by email on or around 2 January. The roundtable is open to all; there is no booking.
Venue: Keeton Room, UCL, Bentham House, Endsleigh Gardens, London WC1H 0EG.
12.30 pm (members only)
Light refreshments will be served to members.
1.00-1.50 pm (members only) Annual General Meeting
The terms of office of three members of the executive committee will expire in January; two of these members have indicated that they will seek re-election. Any member who wishes to stand for election should notify Andrew Le Sueur by email by 19 December 2014, including a paragraph on what they would contribute the UKCLA (which will be circulated to members in the event of a contested election). The executive committee also has power to co-opt members. Any member who wants to place an item on the agenda for discussion should also let Andrew Le Sueur have details by 19 December.
2.00-3.00 pm: roundtable session 1
Professor Aileen McHarg: ‘The Implications for the UK of the Scottish Referendum’
Merris Amos: ‘The Conservative strategy towards Convention Rights’
3.10pm – 4.10 pm roundtable session 2: Some Key Constitutional Themes of 2014
Speakers: Nick Barber; Professor Robert Hazell and Professor Andrew Le Sueur
4.10p.m. -5.00 pm