29 September 2021, 6-7 pm
“The Rule of Law and Subordinate Legislation”
Speaker: Sir Jonathan Jones, KCB QC,
former HM Procurator General, Treasury Solicitor and Head of the Government Legal Services
You may attend this lecture in person at Bentham House, UCL, London (places limited) or online. Make your choice when you register.
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The 2021 Annual Lord Renton Lecture will be given by Lady Arden of Heswall, Justice of the Supreme Court.
25 November 2021, 6pm
Bentham House, UCL, London and online.
Devolution and the Statute Book
The 2020 Annual Lord Renton Lecture was given on 15 December 2020 by The Rt Hon. James Wolffe QC, Lord Advocate of Scotland
To download the text of the lecture CLICK HERE
Thinking policy through before legislating – aspirational legislation
To read the text of the 2019 Lord Renton lecture, given by The Rt Hon. The Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd PC, former Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales CLICK HERE
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THE TEACHING OF LEGISLATION
The Statute Law Society invited academics from leading law schools to a round table meeting on 30 October 2009 to discuss current teaching of legislation in law faculties and how it might be improved, bearing in mind the many demands on curriculum time.
The notes and papers listed below are intended as background material for those interested in this topic.
Note of meeting held on 30 October 2009 at the Supreme Court, London. Click here
David Miers – Legislation: can we teach it? Click here
Mr Justice Sales – Structured approach to teaching legislation, June 2009. Click here
David Miers – Note, October 2009. Click here
Ian McLeod – Outline. Click here
Ian McLeod – Follow-up Note. Click here