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Resources tagged with "Devolution"
April 12 2018 | Conference papers
Speech delivered to the Public Law Project Wales Conference by Jeremy Miles AC/AM, Counsel General for Wales, on 26 March 2018
An analysis of the important developments in human rights law, from the UK and Strasbourg courts over the last year.
The Government of Wales Act 2006 represents a landmark in Welsh history: formally separating the executive from the legislature in Wales, and providing a host of new powers for Welsh ministers and now, since the 2011 referendum, bringing broad primary legislative power to Wales for the first time in over 500 years.
This paper looks at the opportunity for public law challenges arising from Welsh education legislation.
May 4 2011 | Conference papers
An examination of the Welsh contribution to judicial review, looking at key cases past and present. Clive also assesses the future in light of the referendum on transfer of powers from Westminster to Wales.