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New process for CCMS contingency applications

The LAA has changed its process for so-called “contingency” applications – that is, those that have to be made via paper because CCMS is down and the application is so urgent that it can’t wait until CCMS is available again. 162 more words


Officials used "duress and manipulation" to expel foreign students accused of cheating in language tests

The Home Office used “duress and manipulation” under Theresa May’s leadership to cancel the leave of students accused of cheating English language tests and to deny them access to an independent Tribunal, it has emerged in the case of… 609 more words


Centrelink: A failure of government

Over the last couple of months, #Centrelinkfail has gained momentum as a news story. We knew from reports in 2016 that the Department of Human Services was introducing a data matching system that would check social security payments against tax records. 540 more words

Digital Literacy

Fairness in Government Dealings

In espousing the equitable notion of exacting fairness in Governmental dealings the Court in Food Corporation of India v. Kamdhenu Cattle Feed Industries, (1993) 1 SCC 71 proclaimed that there was no unfettered discretion in public law and that a sovereign authority possessed powers only to use them for public good. 230 more words

Contract Law

A digital approach to Roman lawgiving

Sometimes you can happily live with the impression that all Roman laws are to be found within the pages of the Corpus Iuris Civilis, the mighty collection with the Justinian Digest, his Institutiones, Codex and the Novellae. 1,001 more words

Legal History


This post has been contributed by Mrs Hilaire Barnett, Module Content Developer for Public law.

It is six months since the British people voted in a referendum to leave the European Union (EU).  813 more words

Public Law

Packing & Cracking ~~ a repost and reminder


Time for the DOJ to deal with this nonsense! old outdated complicit relationships that need to change

It is time to take Republicans onto the floor of Congress and wipe up the floor with their ideologies. 1,258 more words

United States