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Weekly round-up

This week’s announcement is below. ~~~ Readers are invited to peruse the first Debate Symposium since the IACL-AIDC Blog was re-launched in June 2018, titled: ‘The Citizens’ Assembly in Ireland: … Continue reading

December 21, 2018 · Leave a comment

Andrew Geddis: New Zealand’s Supreme Court Considers Prisoner Voting – Twice

New Zealand’s Supreme Court has twice in the past two months turned its attention to the vexed issue of prisoner voting. Its first decision, Attorney-General v Taylor, upheld by a … Continue reading

December 21, 2018 · 1 Comment

Chris McCorkindale and Aileen McHarg: Continuity and Confusion: Towards Clarity? – The Supreme Court and the Scottish Continuity Bill

Introduction The Supreme Court has now handed down its judgment in The UK Withdrawal from the European Union (Legal Continuity) (Scotland) Bill – A reference by the Attorney General and … Continue reading

December 20, 2018 · Leave a comment

Adam Tucker: Parliamentary Intention, Anisminic, and the Privacy International Case (Part Two)

In Part 1, I cast Anisminic as an example of a common law doctrine of interpretation which can require courts to depart from the intention of Parliament when interpreting ouster … Continue reading

December 19, 2018 · 2 Comments

Adam Tucker: Parliamentary Intention, Anisminic, and the Privacy International Case (Part One)

Introduction Earlier this month, the Supreme Court heard argument in R (Privacy International) v Investigatory Powers Tribunal. This litigation has already attracted substantial scholarly attention in the published literature (notably … Continue reading

December 18, 2018 · 2 Comments

The Editors: Blog on Holiday until the New Year

The blog is taking a break for the holidays. We will continue to publish those posts which are currently under consideration until Friday, 21 December 2018. We will welcome new submissions from 4 January 2019. Many … Continue reading

December 17, 2018 · Leave a comment

Aris Georgopoulos: Revoking Article 50 TEU (C-621/18 Wightman and others): “Iphigenia Must Reach the Altar”

The CJEU’s ruling in C-621/18 Wightman and others clarifying that Member States can unilaterally revoke the withdrawal notification of Article 50 (2) TEU, is bound to have repercussions; in the … Continue reading

December 17, 2018 · 7 Comments

Weekly round-up of events

This week’s event announcement is below. ~~~ Political Parties, Partisanship, and the Constitution: A Workshop for Early Career Researchers Hosted by the Bonavero Institute of Human Rights, Law Faculty, Oxford … Continue reading

December 14, 2018 · 1 Comment

Kenneth Armstrong: The Advent of Brexit – Can It Be Paused?

As each day passes, a new window seems to be thrown open exposing fresh legal issues to be solved as the UK continues its journey towards its withdrawal from the … Continue reading

December 12, 2018 · 4 Comments

Gavin Phillipson and Alison L. Young: Wightman: What Would Be the UK’s Constitutional Requirements to Revoke Article 50?

Today the Court of Justice of the European Union delivered its judgment in Wightman. This followed the opinion of Advocate General Campos Sánchez-Bordona, concluding that the UK may unilaterally revoke … Continue reading

December 10, 2018 · 28 Comments

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