UCL Public Law Group
The Public Law Group is a group of researchers at UCL Laws organising regular activities to discuss current research and ongoing developments in the field of public law.
The UCL Public Law Group is a community of scholars working in the field of public law, broadly understood. Its aim is to provide a supportive forum for the discussion and development of theoretical and doctrinal questions in constitutional theory, comparative constitutional law, human rights, judicial review, legal and political theory, and more.
The group brings together academic staff and visiting fellows, PhD researchers, and advanced students at UCL Laws interested in these topics. The Group regularly hosts seminars with scholars from UK-based and international institutions interested in sharing recent work.
The group’s mission is to foster creative dialogue between diverse scholars at all levels and to promote rigorous academic debate of public law topics.
No, this infrastructure does not provide funding.
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