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Volume 7

Volume 7 was released on 12 December 2016 at the House of Commons
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Volume 7: Legal Year 2015-2016

Introduction (1-16)

Judicial Panel Selection in the UK Supreme Court: Bigger Bench, More Authority?
Dr Daniel Clarry · Christopher Sargeant

Foreword (17-26)

Australia and the United Kingdom: A Bit Like Family, Much in Common But a Lot of Difference
The Hon Chief Justice Robert French AC


Part I: Commentaries and Reflections (27-194)

Judicial Innovation in the UK Supreme Court
The Rt Hon the Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury PC


Appointments to the UK Supreme Court
The Rt Hon the Baroness Hale of Richmond DBE PC FBA


The Changing Institutional Politics of the UK Supreme Court
Professor 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 Court
Professor Paula Giliker


A Very Successful Action? Keyu and Historical Wrongs at Common Law
Professor Thomas Poole, Associate Professor Sangeeta Shah


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


Part II: The Protection of Human Rights by the UK Supreme Court Symposium (195-300)

Foreword: Topsy-Turvydom: The UK Supreme Court in an Uncertain Political World
The Rt Hon Dominic Grieve QC MP


Fundamental Rights and the Common Law
The Rt Hon Lord Toulson


UK Supreme Court Justices and Human Rights in the 2015-16 Legal Year
Professor Brice Dickson


Into the Dark: Rights, Security and the Courtroom
Kirsty Brimelow QC


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

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


Part III: Thematic Analyses of the 2015-2016 Legal Year (301-387)

Administrative Law and Judicial Review
Philip Havers QC · Jeremy Hyam QC

Commercial Law and Financial Regulation
Jonathan Crow QC · Lara Hassell · Emma Horner

Criminal Law, Evidence and Procedure
Henry Blaxland QC · Joanne Cecil · Dr James Mehigan


European Dimensions
Aidan O’Neill QC · Aidan Wills

Human Rights Law
Geoffrey Robertson QC · Tatyana Eatwell

Private Law
Paul McGrath QC · Edward Brown

Part IV: The 2015-16 Legal Year in Overview (388-498)

Administrative and Constitutional Law
Michael Fordham QC

Civil Procedure and Fraud
Stephen Smith QC · Tim Akkouh

Company Law, Financial Regulation and Insolvency
Michael Todd QC
Competition Law
Marie Demetriou QC

Contract and Commercial Law
Joanna Smith QC

Criminal Law, Evidence and Procedure
Alex Bailin QC


Customs and Tax Law
Dr David Southern QC

Employment Law
John Cavanagh QC

Equity and Trusts
Robert Ham QC

European Union Law
Tim Ward QC · Michael Armitage

Family Law
Philip Cayford QC

Human Rights Law
Jeremy Johnson QC

Immigration and Refugee Law
Hugh Southey QC

Intellectual Property Law
Mark Vanhegan QC

International Law and Jurisdiction
Jonathan Swift QC


Land, Housing and Tenancy Law
Guy Fetherstonhaugh QC

Personal Injury, Tort and Vicarious Liability
Dr Frank Burton QC

Restitution and Unjust Enrichment
Laurence Rabinowitz QC

Part V: Composition of the Court, Statistics and Table of Cases (499-506)
Composition of the Court


Statistics


Table of Cases


Volume 6: Legal Year 2014-2015

Introduction (1-7)

Turning Over a New Leaf in the House of Lords
Daniel Clarry · Christopher Sargeant

Foreword (8-14)

Scotland’s Magna Carta: The Claim of Right and the Common Law
Professor the Rt Hon Sir David Edward KCMG QC FRSE


Part I: Commentary and Reflections (15-168)

‘Judge not, that ye be not judged’: Judging Judicial Decision-Making
The Rt Hon the Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury PC


The UK Supreme Court in the United Kingdom Constitution
The Rt Hon the Baroness Hale of Richmond DBE PC FBA


Parliament and the Courts: Strangers, Foes or Friends?
Professor the Rt Hon the Lord Norton of Louth


The New Model Judiciary and the Other Two Branches of the State
The Rt Hon Sir Jack Beatson FBA


Ministerial Override Certificates and the Law/Fact Distinction – A Comparison Between Australia and the United Kingdom
The Hon Justice Mark Leeming


Wyatt v Vince – Climate Change in the Family Division?
Philip Cayford QC


The UK Supreme Court – Is There Anything Left To Think About?
Professor Penny Darbyshire


Part II: Private Law in the UK Supreme Court (169-277)

Foreword: Letter from America
Professor John C P Goldberg · Professor Henry E Smith


Constitutionalism and Private Law
The Rt Hon the Lord Hoffmann PC QC


The Common Lawyer and the Equity Practitioner
The Rt Hon the Lord Millett PC QC  [Free PDF]


Understanding Tracing Rules
The Hon Justice James Edelman


Judicial Discretion in the UK Supreme Court
Professor Graham Virgo

The Doctrine of Illegality: A Private Law Hydra
Associate Professor James Goudkamp


Part III: Thematic Analyses (278-344)

Criminal Law, Evidence and Procedure
Caitlin Grimmer · Menaal Munshey

European Dimensions
Darren Harvey · Niall O’Connor

Family Law
Sally Gore · Daniel Messenger


Human Rights Law
Nino Guruli · Matthew Kennedy

Jurisdiction and Devolution Issues
Jason Allen

Private Law
David Birch · Alice Zheng

Part IV: The 2014-15 Legal Year in Overview (345-429)

Administrative Law
Cheyne Beetham

Civil Procedure
Stephanie Wong

Company Law, Insolvency and Receivership
Christopher Buckingham

Constitutional Law
Barry Solaiman


Contract and Consumer Law
Kirsty Huen Ka Ki

Criminal Law, Evidence and Procedure
Emmeline Plews


Employment Law
Daniel Brown

Environmental Law
Emily Charlotte Jameson

Equity, Procedure and Land Law
Matthew Eglezos

European Union Law
Ece Deniz Günay · Gözde Engin Günay

Family Law
Carlo Coccaro

Human Rights Law
Christopher Sargeant

Housing Law
Aaron Taylor

Immigration and Refugee Law
Jake Rylatt

International Law
Nelson Goh


Jurisdiction and Devolution Issues
Oliver Butler

Local Government Law
Lucy Coulson

Tax Law
Nicola Jaccarini

Tort Law
Emily Vale

Part V: Appendices (430-437)

Composition of the Court


Statistics


Volume 5: Legal Year 2013-2014

Introduction (1-6)

Judicial Law-Making and Parliamentary Sovereignty in the UK Legal Order
Daniel Clarry

Foreword (7-12)

The UK Supreme Court and the Constitution
Dr Mark Elliott


Part I: Commentary and Reflections (13-137)

The UK Constitutional Settlement and the Role of the UK Supreme Court
Lord Neuberger


Reflections on the Separation of Powers
Justice Keane


The Limits of Law
Lord Sumption


Judicial Law-Making in a Changing Constitution
Lord Hodge


Criticising Judges: Fair Game or Off-Limits?
Lord Dyson


The Accountability of Judges for their Judicial Decisions
Professor John Bell


Are Judges Becoming Too Political?
Lord Justice Elias


Part II: British and European Dimensions of the UK Legal Order (138-235)

Foreword: A (Sideways) Look from Luxembourg
Advocate General Eleanor Sharpston


EU Law and the UK Supreme Court
Lord Reid


Factortame Revisited and the Constitution Reimagined: The UK Supreme Court Takes Its First Ride on the HS2 Rail-Line
Christopher Sargeant


Not Waving, but Drowning?: EU Law, Common Law, Fundamental Rights and the UK Supreme Court
Aidan O’Neill QC


English Courts and the ‘Internalisation’ of the European Convention of Human Rights? – Between Theory and Practice
Dr Veronika Fikfak

A UK Exit from the EU: The End of the United Kingdom or a New Constitutional Dawn
Professor Sionaidh Douglas-Scott

Part III: Thematic Analysis (236-294)

Criminal Law, Evidence and Procedure
Caitlin Grimmer · Menaal Munshey

European Dimensions
Darren Harvey · Niall O’Connor

Family Law
Sally Gore · Daniel Messenger


Human Rights Law
Nino Guruli · Tom Hannant

Jurisdiction and Devolution Issues
Jason Allen · Michele Grassi

Private Law
David Birch · Alice Zheng

Part IV: The 2013-14 Legal Year in Overview (295-357)

Overview: Administrative Law
Cheyne Beetham

Overview: Civil Procedure
Stephanie Wong

Overview: Company Law, Insolvency and Receivership
Brian C Dearing


Overview: Constitutional Law
Barry Solaiman

Overview: Contract and Wills Law
Kirsty Huen Ka Ki

Overview: Criminal Law, Evidence and Procedure
MacKenzie F Common

Overview: Employment Law
Daniel Brown

Overview: Equity and Trusts
Matthew Eglezos

Overview: European Law
Çigdem Akin Yavuz

Overview: Family Law
Emily C Jameson

Overview: Human Rights Law
Nino Guruli

Overview: Immigration Law
Jake Rylatt

Overview: International Law
Nelson Goh

Overview: Jurisdiction and Devolution Issues
Matthew Turner

Overview: Local Government Law
Lucy Coulson

Overview: Tax Law
Nicola Jaccarini

Overview: Tort Law
Emily Vale

Part V: Composition and Statistics

Appendix A: Composition of the Supreme Court

Appendix B: Statistics


Volume 4: Legal Year 2012-2013

Introduction (1-3)

Introduction
Christopher Sargeant

Foreword (4-10)

Foreword
Lady Justice Gloster


Part I: Commentary and Reflections (11-135)

Lord Rodger – Jurist then Judge
Professor Hector MacQueen


The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council in the 21st Century
Lord Neuberger


Institutional Judicial Independence and the Privy Council
Daniel Clarry


Decision-making in the UK’s Top Court
Professor Alan Paterson


Who Guards the Guardians?
Lady Hale


Two Steps Backward and One Step Forward: The Cautionary Tale of Bank Mellat (No 1)
Christopher Sargeant


How Far Should Judges Develop the Common Law?
Lord Walker


Part II: The Scottish Independence Referendum 2014 (136-195)

Foreword: Perspectives on the Scottish Independence Referendum 2014
Professor James Crawford


The Disunited Kingdom – England, Ireland and Scotland
Lord Sumption


A Political Perspective on the Scottish Independence Referendum 2014
Lord Hennessy


The Legal Consequences of Scottish Independence
Lord Justice Aikens


Question and Answer Session with Lord Hennessy and Lord Justice Aikens
Daniel Clarry · Estelle Wolfers

An Independent Scotland in the European Union: Pathways, Pitfalls, and Legal Perspectives
Professor Kenneth Armstrong

Part III: Thematic Analysis (196-248)

Criminal Law, Evidence and Procedure
Matthew Davie · Joshua Zell

European Dimensions
Clara Rauchegger

Family Law
Akansha Dubey · Emily Charlotte Jameson · Kavana Ramaswamy


Human Rights Law
Miriam H Boxberg · Catherine E Gascoigne

Jurisdiction and Devolution Issues
Calum Docherty · Matthew Kennedy

Private Law
Anjali Anchayil · Pierre Pécheux

Part IV: The 2012-13 Legal Year in Overview (249-318)

Overview: Administrative Law
Bruno Gélinas-Faucher

Overview: Civil Procedure
Maximilian Evans

Overview: Company and Insolvency Law
Angus O’Brien


Overview: Constitutional Law
Chintan Chandrachud

Overview: Criminal Law, Evidence and Procedure
Jessie Ingle

Overview: Economic and Safety Regulation
Lilit Nagapetyan

Overview: Employment Law
Daniel Brown

Overview: European Law
Laura Mai

Overview: Family Law
Daniel Messenger

Overview: Human Rights Law
Niccolò Ridi

Overview: Immigration Law
Ronald Criscuolo

Overview: Intellectual Property Law
Anna Grunseit

Overview: International Law
Zsófia Deli

Overview: Jurisdiction and Devolution Issues
Sondre Torp Helmersen

Overview: Local Government Law
Jessica Staples

Overview: Private Law
Alexander Psaltis

Overview: Social Welfare Law
Nikita Appaswami

Overview: Tax Law
Ana Júlia Maurício

Part V: Composition and Statistics

Appendix A: Composition of the Supreme Court

Appendix B: Statistics


Volume 3: Legal Year 2011-2012

Introduction (1-2)

Introduction
Shona Wilson

Foreword (3-6)

Foreword
Matthew Ryder


Part I: Commentary and Reflections (7-76)

Judicial Diversity: Where Do We Go From Here?
Shona Wilson


Intervention at the UK Supreme Court
Lorne Neudorf


Creativity in the Supreme Court 2011-12
Brice Dickson


The Structure of Supreme Court Judgments: Eleven Ways to Leave One’s Mark
Chris Hanretty


The Selection of the Major Premise
William Gummow


’A Most Difficult Cade’: on the Ratio of Gnango
Findlay Stark


Scotland and the Supreme Court
Lord Drummond Young


Part II: Thematic Analysis (77-120)

Protecting the Interests of the Child
Godsglory Ifezue · Maria Rajabali


Criminal Law, Evidence and Procedure
Tatyana Eatwell · Christopher Sargeant


European Dimension
Demetrio Maltese · Rowan Nicholson


Social Welfare
Ielyzaveta Badanova · Ann Sofie Cloots
Treaty Interpretation before the Supreme Court
Callista Harris · Krishna Kakkaiyadi

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Part III: The 2011-12 Legal Year in Overview (121-167)
Overview: Civil Procedure
Jure Zrilic
Overview: Constitutional Law and Administrative Law
Philippe Boisvert
Overview: Criminal Law
Estelle Wolfers


Overview: Economic and Safety Regulation
Thomas J Miller
Overview: European Law
Ana Júlia Maurício
Overview: Family Law
Natasa Mavronicola

Overview: Human Rights Law
Bulbul Khaitan

Overview: Immigration Law
Mary Roberts

Overview: International Law
Mary Roberts

Overview: Local Government
Philippe Boisvert
verview: Private Law
Lawrence Li

Overview: Tax Law
Ana Júlia Maurício

Part IV: Appendices

Appendix A: Composition of the Supreme Court

Appendix B: Statistics


Volume 2: Legal Year 2011-2012

Introduction (1-2)

Introduction
Lorne Neudorf

Foreword (3-5)

Foreword
Marie Deschamps


Part I: Commentary and Reflections (6-54)

Obituary, Alan Ferguson Rodger (1944-2011), Lord Rodger of Earlsferrry
Rosa Greaves


The Birth and the First Steps of the UK Supreme Court
Nicholas Phillips


The High Court of Australia and the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom: The Continued Evolution of Legal Relationships
K. M. Hayne


Comparative Law in the Supreme Court 2010-11
John Bell


The Supreme Court and the New Judicial Independence
Lorne Neudorf


The Media and the UK Supreme Court
Joshua Rozenberg


Instruments of Law Reform: The Supreme Court and the Law Commissions of the United Kingdom
Julien Du Vergier


Part II: Thematic Analysis (55-101)

Children and the Family
Katie O’Byrne · Sahib Singh


Criminal Evidence and Procedure
Zena Prodromou · Shona Wilson


European Dimension
Bart Smit Duijzentkunst · Maria Fanou


Foreign States before the Supreme Court
Callista Harris · Cameron A. Miles


Social Welfare
Anna Cowan · Besim Hatinoglu

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Part III: The 2010-11 Legal Year in Overview (102-140)
Overview: Administrative Law
Jamie Trinidad

Overview: Constitutional Law
Hui-Min Loh

Overview: Criminal Law
Jastine C. Barrett


Overview: Economic and Safety Regulation
Hui-Min Loh

Overview: European Law
Jamie Trinidad

Overview: Family Law
Jasmine Moussa

Overview: Human Rights Law
Jasmine Moussa

Overview: Immigration Law
Geraldo Vidigal Neto

Overview: International Law
Geraldo Vidigal Neto

Overview: Local Government Law
Jastine C. Barrett

Overview: Private Law
James Goodwin

Overview: Tax Law
James Goodwin

Part IV: Appendices

Appendix A: Composition of the Supreme Court

Appendix B: Statistics


Volume 1: Legal Year 2010-2011

Introduction (i-ii)

Editors’ Introduction
Author 1 · Author 2

Foreword (iii-)

Foreword
Paul Finn


Part I: Commentary (1-8)

Moving In and Moving On-One Justice’s View
Robert Walker


Vacancies at the Supreme Court
Sophie Turenne


Part II: The 2009-10 Legal Year in Overview (9-22)

Human Rights
Author


Immigration
Author


Constitutional Law
Author


Criminal Law and Sanctions
Author


European Law
Author

Public International Law
Author


International Private and Procedural Law
Author

Consumer Law
Author

Private Law
Author

Family Law
Author

Tax Law
Author

Administrative Law
Author

Part III: Thematic Analyses (23-45)

Children and the Family
Niamh Rodgers · Claire Simmonds

Human Rights
Karinne Coombes · Fiona Roughley

Politics and the Supreme Court
Anthony Bochon · Frances Hobden


Criminal law, Evidence and the European Court of Human Rights
Georgina Blower · Charlotte Kelly

Immigration and Asylum Seekers
Christine James · Janaki Tampi

Part IV: Appendices

Appendix A: Composition of the Supreme Court

Appendix B: Statistics