Category Archives: Uncategorized

November 27

Paul Daly: Privacy International Symposium – Three Aspects of Anisminic

Privacy International has brought judicial review proceedings against the Investigatory Powers Tribunal, in respect of the Tribunal’s treatment of a complaint about computer hacking by GCHQ. At first instance ([2017] EWHC 114 (Admin)) and on appeal ([2017] EWCA Civ 1868), it has been held that judicial review of the Tribunal is precluded by the ouster […]

November 23

Robert Craig: Privacy International Symposium – Privacy International and the Separation of Powers

Privacy International has brought judicial review proceedings against the Investigatory Powers Tribunal, in respect of the Tribunal’s treatment of a complaint about computer hacking by GCHQ. At first instance ([2017] EWHC 114 (Admin)) and on appeal ([2017] EWCA Civ 1868), it has been held that judicial review of the Tribunal is precluded by the ouster […]

November 21

Christopher Forsyth: Privacy International Symposium – Ouster Clauses and Sovereignty

Privacy International has brought judicial review proceedings against the Investigatory Powers Tribunal, in respect of the Tribunal’s treatment of a complaint about computer hacking by GCHQ. At first instance ([2017] EWHC 114 (Admin)) and on appeal ([2017] EWCA Civ 1868), it has been held that judicial review of the Tribunal is precluded by the ouster […]

November 20

Joe Tomlinson: Privacy International Symposium – Ouster Clauses, Material Exclusions on Judicial Review, and the Role of Policy Justifications

Privacy International has brought judicial review proceedings against the Investigatory Powers Tribunal, in respect of the Tribunal’s treatment of a complaint about computer hacking by GCHQ. At first instance ([2017] EWHC 114 (Admin)) and on appeal ([2017] EWCA Civ 1868), it has been held that judicial review of the Tribunal is precluded by the ouster […]

November 16

Nóra Ni Loideán: Privacy International Symposium – Data Privacy: European and British Perspectives

Privacy International has brought judicial review proceedings against the Investigatory Powers Tribunal, in respect of the Tribunal’s treatment of a complaint about computer hacking by GCHQ. At first instance ([2017] EWHC 114 (Admin)) and on appeal ([2017] EWCA Civ 1868), it has been held that judicial review of the Tribunal is precluded by the ouster […]

November 06

Rike Krämer Hoppe: How to tackle air pollution? – The differences between law and facts in India

Air pollution has become an international concern. The World Health Organization (WHO) claimed in 2016 that air pollution represents the biggest environmental risk to health. For 2012 the WHO assessed that one out of every nine deaths was the result of air pollution-related conditions. Air pollution affects all regions. However, the problem differs in various […]

November 02

Richard Kirkham and Elizabeth A O’Loughlin: What Do Judges Actually Do in Judicial Review? An Argument for Systematic Studies

There is abundant theoretical and doctrinal literature appraising the parameters of the decision-making strategies employed by courts in judicial review cases. Much of this literature assesses normative features of the judicial role, but in doing so there tends to be a relative deficit of core evidence on how the judiciary actually exercises their discretion in […]