Thursday, 19 November 2015

Public Law for Everyone blog

The Public Law for Everyone blog was recommended to me by one of the librarians who works at the Squire Law Library, and having had a quick look I've decided that it's worth sharing more widely.

Written by Mark Elliott, Professor of Public Law at the University of Cambridge, it is "for public lawyers, Law students and anyone else who is interested in the subject".

It covers five main areas:

  • 1000 words -  a series of occasional posts on key issues  
  • Administrative Law
  • Constitutional Law
  • Human Rights 
  • Studying & Teaching Law

Subjects of recent posts include the ministerial code and international law, commentary on Philippe Sands’ Elson Lecture: Britain, Europe and Human Rights and 1000 words on the rule of law.

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