Management and organisational structure
The Public Law Project is a registered charity and a limited company, and is divided into casework, research, policy and training & events departments. The organisation’s strategic direction is decided by the Management Committee, which meets quarterly, and is responsible for ensuring that PLP properly discharges its role as a charity and as a company under the Company Acts.
For full Management Committee profiles click here.
Lord Diplock in R v Inland Revenue Commissioners, ex p. National Federation of Self Employed 
[T]he progress towards a comprehensive system of administrative law… I regard as having been the greatest achievement of the English courts in my judicial lifetime