Public Law

For those constitutional law anoraks who we rely on to keep this blog alive, you have likely already found the website of the Scottish Constitutional Futures Forum. For those of you who have not, but have an interest in the debate on Scotland’s future, please do check it out.

It represents a collaboration amongst academics from Scotland’s law schools and its stated aim is to “provide an independent framework within which the key questions concerning Scotland’s constitutional future can be aired and addressed.”

Keep an eye, in particular, on the Forum’s events page which is currently advertising forthcoming seminars on ‘Women and Constitutional Futures’ and ‘Human Rights and the Independence Debate’ amongst others.

Christine O'Neill

Partner & Chairman at Brodies LLP
Christine is Chairman of Brodies LLP and leads our Public Law Litigation and Parliamentary team. She has considerable experience of parliamentary and public law work and has a special interest in administrative law, devolution and human rights. Christine has advised variety of clients on legislative procedure in the Scottish Parliament, particularly in relation to alcohol and tobacco regulation.
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