Andrew Le Sueur  

Judicial Independence Publications

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​Publications

1. ‘The Judicial Review Debate: from partnership to friction’ (1996) 31 Government and Opposition 8.


2. ‘Justifying Judicial Caution: Jurisdiction, Justiciability and Policy’ ch 8 in Brigid Hadfield (ed), Thematic Approach to Judicial Review (Gill & Macmillan, 1995) ISBN 0 7171 2311 1. 

 

3. (with R Cornes), The Future of the United Kingdom’s Highest Courts (UCL Constitution Unit 2000) ISBN 1 903903 03 3. 
 

4. (with R Cornes), ‘What do the top courts do?’ (2000) 53 Current Legal Problems 53.
 

5. ‘The influence of the House of Lords on the Administrative Court (and vice versa), ch 4 in R Gordon (ed), Judicial Review in the New Millennium (Sweet & Maxwell 2003). ISBN 9780421854000.
 

6.  editor, Building the UK’s New Supreme Court: National and Comparative Perspectives (OUP 2004)
 

7.  ‘Panning for Gold: Choosing Cases for Top-level Courts’ ch 12 in A Le Sueur (ed), Building the UK’s New Supreme Court: National and Comparative Perspectives (OUP 2004) ISBN 978-0-19-926462-9.
 

8.    ‘The Conception of the UK’s New Supreme Court’ ch 1 in A Le Sueur (ed), Building the UK’s New Supreme Court: National and Comparative Perspectives (OUP 2004) ISBN 978-0-19-926462-9
 

9. ‘Developing Mechanisms for Judicial Accountability in the UK’ (2004) 24 Legal Studies 73.
 

10. ‘Judicial Power in the Changing Constitution’ ch 13 in J Jowell and D Oliver (eds), The Changing Constitution, 5th edn (OUP 2004) ISBN 0199264392. 
 

11. ‘Judicial Autonomy, Human Rights and the Future of the Bailiff’ in P Bailhache (ed), A Celebration of Autonomy: 1204-2004, 800 Years of Channel Islands’ Law (Jersey Law Review 2005) ISBN 0953590372.
 

12. ‘Courts: Tribunals, Ombudsmen, ADR: Administrative Justice, Constitutionalism and Informality’, ch 13 in J Jowell and D Oliver (eds), The Changing Constitution 6th edn (OUP 2007) ISBN 978-0-19-920511-0.
 

13. A Report on Six Seminars About the UK Supreme Court (Queen Mary School of Law Legal Studies Research Paper No 1/2008).
 

14.  (with K Malleson) ‘The Judiciary’ ch 7 in R Hazell (ed), Constitutional Futures Revisited: Britain’s Constitution to 2020 (Palgrave Macmillan 2008)
 

15.  ‘From Appellate Committee to Supreme Court: a Narrative’ in L Blom-Cooper, G Drewry and B Dickson (eds),The Judicial House of Lords 1876-2009 (OUP 2009)
 

16. vii)   ‘Parliamentary accountability and the judicial system’ in N Bamforth and P Leyland (eds), Accountability in the Contemporary Constitution (OUP forthcoming 2013).

 



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