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Ellis Paterson

Biography Ellis Paterson is a Researcher at the Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law. Her primary research interests are constitutional law, constitutional theory, and human rights.  Prior to joining the Bingham Centre, she lived in Tokyo for two years, where she taught English. Ellis returned to the UK to pursue her academic and research studies and has since been involved with various organisations committed to access to justice and the provision of legal aid.  Ellis was involved…

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Lucy Moxham

Biography Lucy Moxham joined the Bingham Centre in January 2012 as a Research Fellow in the Rule of Law. She holds a MA Law Degree (first class honours) from the University of Cambridge and a BCL Master's Degree from the University of Oxford, where she focused on human rights law and international development. Lucy completed the Legal Practice Course at Nottingham Law School and a two-year training contract at Clifford Chance LLP, including time on secondment to the human rights organisation…

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Prime Minister announces new Modern Slavery Centre to be led by the Bingham Centre

Today the Prime Minister announced an ambitious new Policy and Evidence Centre on Modern Slavery to be led by the Bingham Centre The Prime Minister has today announced the investment of £10million of public funding from UK Research and Innovation's Strategic Priorities Fund to create an ambitious new Policy and Evidence Centre on Modern Slavery and Human Rights. The Centre's job will be to bring about a step change in our understanding of modern slavery and to transform the effectiveness…

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NMIRFs: National Mechanisms for Implementation, Reporting, and Follow-Up

The British Institute of International and Comparative Law (BIICL) provides informed, independent and practical legal ideas for a global community. Its high quality and respected work involves analysis and debate about contemporary issues on every continent, from its base in the heart of London's energetic and multicultural legal network. BIICL has been making an influential impact since its foundation in 1958, and it can trace its history even further back to 1894. It is one of the very…

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APPG on the Rule of Law: Data Processing and the Rule of Law

EVENTS APPG on the rule of Law: Data Processing and the rule of law  Event Details When government decisions are made about individuals' rights using data processing, it can be hard for an individual to know whether their data were accurate or processed correctly. Transparency and accountability in the adoption and operation of data processing and automated decision-making can help improve trust in such technology and enable it to function more effectively. This…

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The emergence and coming of age of National Mechanisms for Implementation, Reporting and Follow up

This post first appeared in the URG Blog, republished here with kind permission.  Co-authored by Marc Limon, Executive Director of the Universal Rights Group. One of the most promising yet least-studied and least-understood developments for the universal human rights 'project' (as Sir Nigel Rodley coined it) is the emergence and early development over the past three or four years of so-called 'national mechanisms for implementation, reporting and follow-up' (NMIRFs). These standing bodies,…

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Rosenstein's departure would test Americans' commitment to Rule of Law

First published in The Hill on 1 October 2018 We may be about to arrive at the constitutional moment many Americans have been dreading for some time now A moment the founders of our country foresaw and sought to head off through the structuring of our constitutional system, but whose rich complexities they did not fully fathom. The moment represents a fork in the road for the nation, one no less decisive for our self-definition as Americans than were our responses to Pearl Harbor…

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Any reform to Official Secrets laws must protect public interest disclosures and open justice

This post first appeared on the Information Law and Policy Centre Blog (26 June 2017) and then on the Inforrm Blog (28 June 2017). Professor Lorna Woods (University of Essex); Dr Lawrence McNamara (Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law and University of York); Dr Judith Townend (University of Sussex) With the election now in the past, the wheels of government are beginning to grind again. While most eyes are on Brussels, it is important that the bright lights of Brexit do not draw attention…

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Developing a Guide to Administrative Law for Civil Servants: From the UK to Kenya

First published on the International Association of Constitutional Law blog, 17 May 2016. What are the benefits of providing civil servants with a guide to administrative law, and how are they best achieved? The Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law has been examining these questions at the suggestion of the Katiba Institute, an independent institute based in Nairobi. As part of its work to promote constitutionalism, the Katiba Institute has launched an initiative to develop an administrative…

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Developing an Administrative Law Guide for Kenyan Public Servants

What are the benefits of providing civil servants with a guide to administrative law, and how are they best achieved?  Authors: Jan van Zyl Smit, Lucy Moxham The Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law has been examining these questions at the suggestion of the Katiba Institute, an independent institute based in Nairobi. As part of its work to promote constitutionalism, the Katiba Institute plans to develop an administrative law guide for the Kenyan civil service.Bingham Centre research…

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Safeguarding the Rule of Law, Democracy and Fundamental Rights: A Monitoring Model for the European Union

"The Union is founded on the values of respect for human dignity, freedom, democracy, equality, the rule of law and respect for human rights, including the rights of persons belonging to minorities. These values are common to the Member States in a society in which pluralism, non-discrimination, tolerance, justice, solidarity and equality between women and men prevail"(Article 2, Treaty on European Union (TEU)). Project Report Led by Justine Stefanelli and Lucy Moxham, the Report reviews…

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