John Tingle discusses recent proposals to introduce a no-fault liability scheme for clinical negligence in the NHS.
In this post, Dr Alex Latham-Gambi discusses the relationship between parliamentary sovereignty and the Rule of Law, among others in the context of judicial review and statutory interpretation, and introduces his latest work on that subject-matter.
In this post, Professor Alexander Orakhelashvili comments on the decision of the International Court of Justice to dismiss the main jurisdictional claim of Ukraine in the case relating to the Genocide Convention
In this post, Dr Henok Asmelash discusses the issue of greenhouse emissions in the light of international trade law
John Tingle announces a new book that he has co-edited.
In this post, Professor Alexander Orakhelashvili introduces and discusses the the basic concept of the critical mass of international power as the basis for multilateral diplomacy in the area of crisis management, and highlights inter-disciplinary dimensions of this matter.
This is an updated version of Dr John Kendall’s post In this post relating to measures to safeguard detainees from harm and the relevant issues of accountability
Adham’s research is in the field of construction law and dispute resolution. Its aim is to support developers and contractors in the prevention and efficient resolution of contractual disputes.
Inaugural lecture of Professor Alexander Orakhelashvili, given at the University of Birmingham, 21 November 2023
On the 26th of October the Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Act 2023 (ECCTA 2023) was enacted. In this post De Peter Coe considers why sections 194 and 195 of the Act, which were introduced by the government to tackle SLAPPs that feature economic crimes, are potentially problematic.