Constitutional role of the judiciary if there were a codified constitution - Political and Constitutional Reform Contents


Published written evidence


The following written evidence was received and can be viewed on the Committee's inquiry web page at http://www.parliament.uk/business/committees/committees-a-z/commons-select/political-and-constitutional-reform-committee/inquiries/parliament-2010/constitutional-role/. INQ numbers are generated by the evidence processing system and so may not be complete.

1  Mark Ryan, Senior Lecturer in Constitutional and Administrative Law at Coventry University (CRJ0001)

2  Dr Mark Elliott, Reader in Public Law, University of Cambridge(CRJ0002)

3  Roger Masterman (Durham Law School, Durham University) and Jo Murkens (Department of Law, London School of Economics and Political Science (CRJ0003)

4  Student Law Think Tank, Northumbria University(CRJ0004)

5  Professor Ian Cram, School of Law, Leeds University (CRJ0005)

6  Dr Michael Gordon, Lecturer in Law, Liverpool Law School, University of Liverpool (CRJ0007)

7  Sophie Boyron, Senior Lecturer in Law, Birmingham Law School, University of Birmingham (CRJ0008)

8  Professor Andrew Le Sueur, Professor of Constitutional Justice, University of Essex(CRJ0009)

9  Dr Andrew Blick, Lecturer, Centre for Political and Constitutional Studies, King’s College London (CRJ0010)

10  Professor Anthony Bradley QC(CRJ0011)

11  Stephen Hockman QC(CRJ0012)

12  Professor John Bell(CRJ0013)

13  Dr Patrick O'Brien(CRJ0014)

14  Professor Dawn Oliver(CRJ0015)

15  Brice DicksonProfessor of International and Comparative Law,Queen's University Belfast(CRJ0016)

16  Rt Hon Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury, President of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom (CRJ0017)


 
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