Here are the top five changes Boris Johnson is likely to make to the UK Constitution.Read More Boris Johnson is Planning Radical Changes to the UK Constitution – Here Are the Ones You Need to Know About
Following the Conservative party’s election success in December 2019, is this a new dawn for constitutional reform?Read More 2020: A New Dawn for UK Constitutional Reform?
Here are five reasons why the Ministry of Justice needs a strong and stable Lord Chancellor at its helm.Read More The Ministry of Justice: Why Constantly Changing the Lord Chancellor Matters…
Why 2018 was the year that the UK Supreme Court needed to re-imagine attempts at diversification.Read More 2018 Must Be The Year That We Re-Imagine Judicial Diversity
Why the UK Supreme Court needs to be concerned with diversity, and how a prime opportunity arose in 2017.Read More Opportunity Knocks for UK’s Supreme Court to Become More Diverse
Each year I am delighted to lead a team in visiting the Houses of Parliament, Westminster (House of Commons and House of Lords) and Supreme Court in London. Below is a collection of photos of just some of the Members of Parliament, Secretaries of State, Members of the House of Lords, and Supreme Court Justices […]Read More Public Law Trips to London