The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (England) Regulations 2020 (Reg 6) and the Health Protection (Coronavirus Restrictions) (Wales) Regulations […]
Theodore Konstadinides and Lee Marsons: Covid-19 and its impact on the constitutional relationship between Government and Parliament.
The Coronavirus Act 2020, the UK’s most substantial legislative response to the Covid-19 pandemic, received Royal Assent yesterday […]
Today the House of Lords Constitution Committee reports to the House on the Coronavirus Bill. This is an […]
On Tuesday 17 March, the House of Lords endorsed a report by the Procedure Committee which has the […]
In the light of the spread of Covid-19, and ongoing efforts to limit or slow transmission of the […]
Adrian Zuckerman: Artificial Intelligence – Implications for the Legal Profession, Adversarial Process and the Rule of Law.
The use of artificial intelligence (AI) in legal services is increasingly employed in various legal contexts. As digital […]
Equal treatment, the principle that like cases should be treated alike, occupies a paradoxically ambivalent place within moral […]
The University of Johannesburg with host an IACL Roundtable on 28-29th May 2015 on the theme Separation of Powers […]
(Short answer, yes.). Over the past five years, blogging has moved out of the shadows to become not […]
After four years at the helm, I am – as planned – stepping down as president of the […]