The UK Supreme Court Yearbook Volume 7: 2016

The UK Supreme Court Yearbook Volume 7: 2016
The UK Supreme Court Yearbook Volume 7: 2016
Daniel, Clarry
Apellate Press

The UK Supreme Court Yearbookcritically reviews the jurisprudence of the UK Supreme Court in each legal year and publishes articles concerning key institutional and jurisprudential aspects of the Court and its decisions.

At some 520 pages in length,Volume 7of the Yearbook comprises 40 contributions from over 50 authors, including three current Justices of the UK Supreme Court (the President, Lord Neuberger; the Deputy President, Lady Hale; and the recently retired Justice, Lord Toulson), the Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia (Chief Justice French), a former Attorney General of England & Wales (Dominic Grieve QC MP), six distinguished professors and an associate professor and 40 prominent barristers, 33 of whom are leading silks (QCs) and most of whom argued the many important cases before the Court in the past legal year.

Volume 7 also includes an additional piece written by Lord Millett (a former Law Lord) concerning what he believes is the ‘real question’ in the upcoming appeal to the UK Supreme Court in the important Article 50 ('Brexit') case (Miller v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union), which will be heard in early December 2016 before all 11 of the Justices of the Court, the first time the Court has ever taken such a step.

Contents: Introduction
Judicial Panel Selection in the UK Supreme Court: Bigger Bench, More Authority?Dr Daniel Clarry, Christopher Sargeant
Australia and the United Kingdom: A Bit Like Family, Much in Common But a Lot of DifferenceThe Hon Chief Justice Robert French AC

Part I: Commentaries and Reflections
Judicial Innovation in the UK Supreme CourtThe Rt Hon the Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury PC QC
Appointments to the UK Supreme CourtThe Rt Hon the Baroness Hale of Richmond DBE PC QC FBA
The Changing Institutional Politics of the UK Supreme CourtProfessor Kate Malleson
Joint Enterprise After Jogee and Ruddock: What Next?Julian B Knowles QC
The Death of Penalties in Two Legal Cultures?Professor Sarah Worthington QC (Hon) FBA
Vicarious Liability in the UK Supreme CourtProfessor Paula Giliker
A Very Successful Action? Keyu and Historical Wrongs at Common LawProfessor Thomas Poole, Associate Professor Sangeeta Shah

Prerogative Power and Article 50 of the Lisbon TreatyThe Rt Hon the Lord Millett PC QC

Part II: The Protection of Human Rights by the UK Supreme Court symposium
Topsy-Turvydom: The UK Supreme Court in an Uncertain Political WorldThe Rt Hon Dominic Grieve QC MP

Fundamental Rights and the Common LawThe Rt Hon Lord Toulson
UK Supreme Court Justices and Human Rights in the 2015-16 Legal YearProfessor Brice Dickson
Into the Dark: Rights, Security and the CourtroomKirsty Brimelow QC

Human Rights and Counter-Terrorism in the UK Supreme CourtProfessor Helen Fenwick

Law and War in the UK Supreme CourtRichard Hermer QC, Eleanor Mitchell

Part III: Thematic Analyses of the 2015–16 Legal Year
Administrative Law and Judicial ReviewPhilip Havers QC, Jeremy Hyam QC
Commercial Law and Financial RegulationJonathan Crow QC, Lara Hassell, Emma Horner
Criminal Law, Evidence and ProcedureHenry Blaxland QC, Joanne Cecil, Dr James Mehigan
European DimensionsAidan O’Neill QC, Aidan Wills
Human Rights LawGeoffrey Robertson QC, Tatyana Eatwell
Private LawPaul McGrath QC, Edward Brown

Part IV: The 2015–16 Legal Year in Overview
Administrative and Constitutional LawMichael Fordham QC
Civil Procedure and FraudStephen Smith QC, Tim Akkouh
Company Law, Financial Regulation and InsolvencyMichael Todd QC
Competition LawMarie Demetriou QC
Contract and Commercial LawJoanna Smith QC
Criminal Law, Evidence and ProcedureAlex Bailin QC
Customs and Tax LawDr David Southern QC
Employment LawJohn Cavanagh QC
Equity and TrustsRobert Ham QC
European Union LawTim Ward QC, Michael Armitage
Family LawPhilip Cayford QC
Human Rights LawJeremy Johnson QC
Immigration and Refugee LawHugh Southey QC
Intellectual Property LawMark Vanhegan QC
International Law and JurisdictionJonathan Swift QC
Land, Housing and Tenancy LawGuy Fetherstonhaugh QC
Personal Injury, Tort and Vicarious LiabilityDr Frank Burton QC
Restitution and Unjust EnrichmentLaurence Rabinowitz QC

Part V: Composition of the Court, Statistics and Table of Cases
Composition of the Court
Table of Cases

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