Attempts to narrow the scope of judicial review have long been on the political agenda of the Conservative Party. Following the Independent Administrative Law Review (‘IRAL’) and subsequent government consultation on judicial review reform, the then Lord Chancellor Robert Buckland introduced the Judicial Review and the Courts (‘The Bill’) inRead More →

Washington, DC – Today the United States Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a series of cases challenging SB 8, Texas’ extreme six-week abortion ban that delegates private citizens to serve as potential executors. The cases do not concern the right to abortion itself, but rather the validity of theRead More →