Logic suggests that replacing the Privy Council with the Caribbean Court of Justice (the CCJ) is not a question […]
Not since the Blair era has a government been so committed to a significant programme of constitutional reform […]
Dimitrios Kyriazis: Does EU law preclude national constitutional provisions under which the executive plays a role in the appointment of members of the judiciary?
‘The accumulation of all powers, legislative, executive, and judiciary, in the same hands, whether of one, a few, […]
Even in a more transparent and open Supreme Court, glimpses behind the curtain of officialdom are seldom offered […]
Theodore Konstadinides and Riccardo Sallustio: Clause 26 of the European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill 2019-20: An Exercise of Constitutional Impropriety?
The European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill 2019-20 will pave the way for the UK to ratify the UK-EU […]
Jan van Zyl Smit: After Poland’s Attempted Purge of ‘Communist-era’ Judges, Do We Need New International Standards for Post-authoritarian Countries Reforming Their Judiciary? (Part II)
Editors’ note: This is Part II of a two-part contribution. You can read Part I HERE. In Part […]
Jan van Zyl Smit: After Poland’s Attempted Purge of ‘Communist-era’ Judges, Do We Need New International Standards for Post-authoritarian Countries Reforming Their Judiciary? (Part I)
Editors’ note: This is the first of a two-part contribution, the second part of which will appear on […]
Introductions When I teach UK constitutional law to my students we often discuss the relationship between UK parliamentary […]
Editors‘ note: We are pleased to announce that for ease of reference event announcements will now be publicised […]
(Click on graph for bigger image) Is the question of anything more than historical interest? The Constitutional […]