On Wednesday 24 June, the UK Constitutional Law Association will be holding a one-day conference at the University of Manchester on the subject of “Debating the Constitution after the Election”. I am delighted to be giving the opening address.
The aim of the day is to allow discussion, in the aftermath of the general election, about topical constitutional issues — and, in particular, about how the policies of the new Conservative Government are likely to shape constitutional developments in the coming years. Further details about the conference can be found in the flyer (right) and in this post on the UK Constitutional Law Association Blog.
Members of the UK Constitutional Law Association can attend the conference free of charge provided that they register by e-mailing UKCLACON15@manchester.ac.uk. (Information about joining the UKCLA can be found here.) Alternatively, it is possible to attend the conference by registering via this EventBrite link and paying a one-off £10 fee.