Parliamentary Scrutiny of Law Reform: Procedures, bodies and methods

Parliamentary Scrutiny of Law Reform: Procedures, bodies and methods
Date
04 Nov 2019, 14:00 to 04 Nov 2019, 17:30
Type
Workshop
Venue
Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, 17 Russell Square, London WC1B 5DR
Description

 

 

The Sir William Dale Centre for Legislative Studies is pleased to announce the

Fifth Law Reform Project Workshop

Parliamentary Scrutiny of Law Reform. Procedures, bodies and methods

Monday 4th November 2019 14:00-17:30

Opening welcome and introduction
Enrico Albanesi, Associate Professor of Constitutional Law, University of Genova, and IALS Associate Research Fellow, University of London
Jonathan Teasdale, IALS Associate Research Fellow, University of London
Co-leaders of the Project 

Parliamentary scrutiny of law reform. A House of Lords’ perspective
Andrew Makower, Clerk of Legislation, Legislation Office, House of Lords
John Turner, Clerk of Legislation, Legislation Office, House of Lords 

Parliamentary scrutiny of law reform. A House of Commons’ perspective
Liam Laurence Smyth, Clerk of Legislation, Public Bill Office, House of Commons 

Parliamentary follow-up of Law Commission Bills. An Irish Law Reform Commission’s perspective
Ciarán Burke, Director of Research, Irish Law Reform Commission 

Coffee break

Parliamentary scrutiny of law reform in Albania
Oriola Sallavaci, Essex University Law School

Law reform and the role of Parliaments in the Arab region
Sara Razai, Judicial Institute, Faculty of Laws, University College of London


This event is free but advance booking is required.

 

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