Administrative Law Matters


The Onward March of Declaratory Relief?

A hundred-odd years ago, Farwell LJ noted that the emerging concept of declaratory relief can provide “a speedy and easy access to the Courts for any of His Majesty’s subjects who have any real cause of complaint against the exercise of statutory powers by Government departments and Government officials…” (Dyson v Attorney-General (No. 1) [1911] […] Read more


Symposium on the Privacy International Litigation, Centre for Public Law, Cambridge, October 20, 2018

On Saturday, October 20, the Centre for Public Law at the University of Cambridge, is hosting a symposium on the Privacy International litigation. Those interested in attending should email me. Contributors will also be writing short blog posts summarising their presentations, for the Administrative Law in the Common Law World blog. As regular readers will […] Read more