With kind permission of the publishers and editor of Public Law, that journal’s ‘current survey’ is republished on this website four times a year.
Compiled by Professor David Mead (UEA), the surveys can be read here.
Since its creation in 1956, Public Law has been, and continues to be, the leading forum for information and debate in the constantly evolving area of law and government. Digests and commentary on cases and legislation ensure the reader is fully up-to-date with recent developments, while scholarly articles explore leading issues in depth. It is indispensable for both practitioners and those involved with the study of constitutional and administrative law in the UK and abroad.