Judith Freedman has been a member of this committee since its inception and has now been appointed Chair. Professor Freedman said that she is very pleased to have been invited to continue the work done by previous Chair, Malcolm Gammie QC. Despite all the excellent work done by the Committee under his leadership, there are currently many issues surrounding the UK tax system and its administration, meaning that the Committee continues to have a role.
Judith Freedman has been appointed as Chair of the Tax Law Review Committee of the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) which keeps the state and operation of tax law in the UK under review.
Oxford Human Rights Hub shines a light on the human rights impact of COVID-19
Shona Minson publishes blog post on contact between children and imprisoned parents during the pandemic
New OxHRH podcast episode - The Impact of Covid-19 on Worker's Rights in the UK (with Michael Ford, QC)