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Programme and Papers

Any available abstracts and papers are listed below the programme:


Session 1: Thursday 11 September 2014 11.00-12.30 Room

1A       Mark Ryan (Coventry)

            A referendum on reform of the House of Lords?

1B       Paul Scott (Southampton)

            Popular Sovereignty and the Scottish Independence Referendum


Session 2: Thursday 11 September 2014 14.00-15.30 Room

2A       Andrew Lynch (University of New South Wales, Sydney)

            Judicial diversity in Australia and the United Kingdom – A Common Objective;                       Distinct Approaches

2B      Kyela Leakey (Glasgow)

            Chief Justices as Accountable Leaders: Administrative discretion and the                                 accountability of Chief Justices in Africa


Session 3 Friday 12 September 2014 09.30-11.00 Room

3A       Hanna Wilberg (University of Auckland)

            Approaches to common law rights: a matter of vires or rationality?

3B        Marta Abula (University of Latvia)

            Conflict of legal nature of provisional measures in ICSID  arbitration

3C       Greg Davies (Cardiff)

            Judicial ‘Dialogue’ between the UK and Strasbourg: Perspectives from the Supreme                 Court


Session 4 Friday 12 September 2014 11.30-13.00 Room

4A        Chintan Chrandrachud (Cambridge)

            Rethinking the Constitutionality of Statutes: Rights-Compliant Interpretation in India               and the UK

4B        Stephen Dimelow (Oxford)

            The Robinson Principle and the  Interpretation  of “Constitutional” Statutes

4C        Michael Gordon (Liverpool)

            Reflections on HS2: Supreme Court veers off constitutional track in collision with                   CJEU?

Abstracts

Judicial diversity in Australia and the United Kingdom – A Common Objective; Distinct Approaches by Andrew Lynch.
Approaches to common law rights: a matter of vires or rationality? by Hanna Wilberg.
Rethinking the Constitutionality of Statutes: Rights-Compliant Interpretation in India and the UK by Chintan Chrandrachud.
A referendum on reform of the House of Lords? by Mark Ryan.
Approaches to common law rights: a matter of vires or rationality? by Hanna Wilberg.
Reflections on HS2: Supreme Court veers off constitutional track in collision with CJEU? by Michael Gordon.
Chief Justices as Accountable Leaders: Administrative discretion and the accountability of Chief Justices in Africa by Kyela Leakey.
Popular Sovereignty and the Scottish Independence Referendum by Paul Scott.

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