The Impact of Brexit on Administrative Justice in the UK

Event date
29 January 2019
Event time
12:30 - 13:45
Oxford week
Bonavero Institute of Human Rights - Gilly Leventis Meeting Room
Joe Tomlinson

Two months before the UK is scheduled to leave the EU, Joe Tomlinson, Research Director of the Public Law Project, discusses the impact of Brexit on administrative justice in the UK.

Joe Tomlinson is a Lecturer in Public Law at King's College London and Research Director of the Public Law Project. The PLP employs specialist lawyers who assist individuals experiencing personal disadvantage, or charities or organisations representing the interests of marginalised or disadvantaged groups. PLP also employs expert academics and researchers. 

He has held visiting positions at Melbourne Law School (Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies) and Osgoode Hall Law School.  His work has been funded by the Nuffield Foundation, the Economic and Social Research Council, and various others. It also has often been tied in with policy work, including being impetus for a Law Commission reform project. Finally he acts as a co-editor of the Admin Law Blog.

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