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Parliaments and courts: the importance of place

The year ended with the arrival of the latest issue of JICL (Journal of International and Comparative Law) in which I have an article that addresses the importance of where institutions of the state are located. Such institutions are studied … Continue reading

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Parliament and the courts

Earlier this month, I gave the UK Supreme Court Yearbook Annual Lecture. Delivered in Parliament in Committee Room 1 – the room in which the law lords used to hold hearings – it was based on my article in the … Continue reading

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Different perspectives

I was recently returning to the House of Lords when I bumped into a Hull politics graduate outside the Palace of Westminster.  We stood chatting for some time.  The pavement was rather crowded and, as we talked, I saw among the crowd a member … Continue reading

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