NEXT LECTURE:

Monday, 8 May 2017, 6 – 7 pm, 
Prof Douglas-Scott (Queen Mary University of London)

‘Legislating for Brexit’ 
The talk will cover three situations: the Referendum Act, the ‘Great Repeal Bill’, and the possibility of any ‘Continuation Bills’ in Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland.

Venue: Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, Russell Square, London

This event is free and all are welcome. To register your interest in attending click here.

 

 

For further details of the 2017 Lecture Programme CLICK HERE

New in the Library
Lecture slides for Robert Black’s talk on 13 February 2017.  “Reflections on biosecurity legislation in developing countries: increasing market access or maintaining unequal terms of trade?”   CLICK HERE

 

 Annual Lord Renton Lecture

2016: to read the text of Lord Hope’s lecture, “A View from the Crossbenchesclick here.

2017: The 2017 lecture will  be delivered by Sir John Laws on Monday, 13 November 2017.

 

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

Richard Ekins – Statute Law Course Outline.  Click here

John Bell – Teaching Statutory Interpretation. Click here