Hayley J. Hooper is an Associate Professor in Law. She is also an academic affiliate of the Bonavero Institute for Human Rights.
She holds an LL.B from the University of Glasgow, and a Bachelor of Civil Law (BCL), M.Phil in Law, and a D.Phil in Law from the University of Oxford. Her teaching interests include European Union Law, Constitutional Law, and Administrative Law.
Her interests are broadly within the fields of Constitutional Law and Administrative Law.
Hayley is the co-author of Parliament's Secret War (Hart: Bloomsbury, 2018). This book concerns war powers in the British Constitution and offers a critical inquiry into the Westminster Parliament's role in relation to the war prerogative since the beginning of the twentieth century.
Hayley is also working on a monograph on the closed material procedure, a process that facilitates the use of national security evidence in civil litigation.
- Submission to Call for Evidence by the Independent Review of Administrative Law (October 2020). Full list of authors: Nicholas Bamforth, Fellow in Law, The Queen’s College Joanna Bell, Jeffrey Hackney Fellow in Law, St Edmund Hall Anthony Bradley, QC (Hon), Visiting Research Fellow, Institute of European and Comparative Law Paul Craig, QC (Hon), FBA, Emeritus Professor of English Law, St John’s College Pavlos Eleftheriadis, Professor of Public Law, Fellow of Mansfield College, Barrister, Francis Taylor Building Elizabeth Fisher, Professor of Environmental Law, Fellow in Law, Corpus Christi College Sandra Fredman, QC (Hon), FBA, Professor of the Laws of the British Commonwealth and the USA, Director. Oxford Human Rights Hub Hayley J Hooper, Fellow in Law, Harris Manchester College Laura Hoyano, Senior Research Fellow in Law, Wadham College, Barrister, Red Lion Chambers Liora Lazarus, Professor, Peter A Allard School of Law, University of British Columbia and Supernumerary Fellow in Law, St Anne’s College Catherine O’Regan, Professor of Human Rights Law, Director of the Bonavero Institute of Human Rights, Fellow of Mansfield College, Judge of the Constitutional Court of South Africa 1994-2009 Jacob Rowbottom, Professor of Law, Fellow in Law, University College Sir Stephen Sedley, Privy Counsellor, Hon Fellow of Mansfield College, Visiting Professor of Law 2012-2014
Journal Article (3)
Case Note (6)
Internet Publication (8)
Edited Book (1)
Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, Human Rights, Parliaments, National Security