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The Independent Review of Administrative Law: Much ado about nothing or rewriting the rules of public law?

Richard Drabble QC, Jenny Wigley QC, David Elvin QC and Tim Buley QC consider what the Independent Review of Administrative Law (IRAL) report recommended and analyse the government's response.

Programme

Introduction by Chair and How did we get here? - Richard Drabble QC

What did the IRAL report recommend?(and what did it not recommend?) – Jenny Wigley QC

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The Government’s Response – Additional Proposals (1) – David Elvin QC

The Government’s Response – Government Reform Proposals (2) – Tim Buley QC

Questions and discussion

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About the speakers

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Richard Drabble QC

Richard Drabble QC was called to the Bar in 1975 and took silk in 1995. He is a Bencher of Inner Temple; a former Chairman of ALBA and a current member of the Bar Council’s Law Reform Committee.

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David Elvin

Jenny Wigley QC

Jenny’s practice is focused on planning and environmental law and non-domestic rating (local government tax).

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David Elvin QC (Landmark Chambers)

David was called to the Bar in 1983 and took silk in 2000 and is called to the Bar of Northern Ireland. He is a bencher and member of the Middle Temple and a member of the Inn of Court of Northern Ireland.

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Tim Buley

Tim Buley QC

Tim specialises in all areas of public and regulatory law, human rights, and planning and environmental law.

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