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Programme and Papers

Abstracts and papers are available below the programme:

Programme

Session 1: September 13th 11.15 - 12.45 Room OCC

1A    Michael Gordon (Liverpool):
         "The European Union Act 2011: Referendums and Parliamentary Sovereignty"
1B    John Stanton (City):
         "Parliamentary Sovereignty: is it still a feature of our Constitution?"
1C    Chris McCorkindale (Strathclyde):
          "Re-visiting the Parliament of Scotland as a Model for Democracy"

Session 2: September 13th 13.45 - 15.15 Room OCC

       2A     David Feldman (Cambridge):
                 "What is constitutional legislation and why does it matter?"
2B    Julian Rivers (Bristol) and Cora Chan (Hong Kong):
                 Discussion on "Proportionality and invariable intensity of review". Prof Chang will present a paper and Prof Rivers will respond to it.

Session 3 September 14th 09.30 - 11.00 Room OCC

3A      Eloise EC Ellis (East Anglia):
           "Parliamentary Select Committees - Political and Constitutional Reform"
3B      Mark Ryan (Coventry):
           "The Joint Committee on the draft of House of Lords Bill"
3C      Yseult Marique (Essex):
            "Reforms in English Public Private Partnerships. An institutional investigation"

Session 4 September 14th 11.30 - 13.00 Room OCC

4A      Maurice Sunkin (Essex) and Varda Bondy (Public Law Project):
           "Researching the Value and Effect of Judicial review in England and Wales: A Progress Report."
4B      Veronika Fikfak (Sciences Po, Paris):
           "The end of the boundary between domestic and international law? The impact of domestic courts' use of international law"

Abstracts

Introducing The Political and Constitutional Reform Committee by Eloise Ellis.
The Effect of Judicial Review: research in progress by Varda Bondy and Maurice Sunkin.
Proportionality and invariable baseline intensity of review by Cora Chan.
Re-visiting the Scottish Parliament as a Model for Democracy: Scotland’s Political Constitution by Chris McCorkindale .
The nature and significance of ‘constitutional’ legislation by DAVID FELDMAN.
Parliamentary Sovereignty: is it still a feature of our Constitution? by John Stanton .
“The Joint Committee on the draft of House of Lords Bill” by Mark Ryan .
“The European Union Act 2011: Referendums and Parliamentary Sovereignty” by Michael Gordon.
The end of the boundary between domestic and international law? - The impact of domestic courts' use of international law by Veronika Fikfak.
Reforms in English public private partnerships An institutional investigation by Yseult Marique.

Papers

The Joint Committee on the Draft House of Lords Reform Bill. by Mark Ryan.
Proportionality and invariable baseline intensity of review* by Cora Chan.

Posters

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