Debating the Supreme Court’s prorogation judgment

Debating the Supreme Court’s prorogation judgment

speakers: Lord Sumption former Justice of the Supreme Court John Larkin QC Attorney General for Northern Ireland Helen Mountfield QC Principal of Mansfield College, Oxford The Lord Trevethin and Oaksey QC Crossbench Peer and Barrister Chaired by Professor Richard...
The Rule of Law: Challenges and Opportunities

The Rule of Law: Challenges and Opportunities

Speakers: Hon George Brandis QC, High Commissioner of Australia to the United Kingdom; Lucy Frazer QC MP, Minister of State for Justice; Richard Godden, Corporate Partner at Linklaters; Richard Ekins, Policy Exchange...
What are the limits of judicial independence?

What are the limits of judicial independence?

The expansion of judicial power has gone hand-in-hand with a greater emphasis on judicial independence. The more that judges hold those who exercise political power to account, the greater the emphasis placed on ensuring that judges are equipped—individually and...

Criticism and Accountability in Judging

Time & Date Monday 28 November Registration:  13:00 Start:              13:15 End:               14:15 Venue Policy Exchange 6th Floor 8-10 Great George Street Westminster SW1P 3AE With Rt Hon Lord Hope of Craighead Former Deputy President of the Supreme Court and...
Event | Brexit and Judicial Power 21.07.16

Event | Brexit and Judicial Power 21.07.16

Policy Exchange is delighted to invite you to a panel discussion of what Brexit means for judicial power in our constitution.  Reflecting on the controversial record of the Court of Justice of the European Union and on the recently announced litigation to block Her...
Event | Judicial Power: Past, present and future

Event | Judicial Power: Past, present and future

Video and a text of this event can be found here. Policy Exchange is delighted to invite you to a lecture by John Finnis FBA, Professor Emeritus of Law & Legal Philosophy at the University of Oxford, on the past, present and future of judicial power. The lecture...