UK Constitutional Law Association

affiliated to the International Association of Constitutional Law

Reminder of UKCLA AGM and roundtable

UKCLA logoAs previously announced a few weeks ago, on  Friday 9 January 2015, the UK Constitutional Law Association will  hold its Annual General Meeting followed by a roundtable discussion with two panels. The agenda and papers for the AGM were emailed to members by Andrew Le Sueur this afternoon.

 The roundtable that follows the AGM is open to members and non-members; 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

Speakers

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

Drinks

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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