Mark Elliott is Professor of Public Law at the Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge, where he teaches Constitutional Law and Administrative Law, and a Fellow of St Catharine’s College, Cambridge. He is the recipient of a University of Cambridge Pilkington Prize for Excellence in University Teaching. Mark is also Legal Adviser to the House of Lords Select Committee on the Constitution and co-founder of the international biennial series of Public Law Conferences, the first two of which were held at the University of Cambridge in 2014 and 2016.
Mark is the co-author of two leading texts in the area of public law. The fifth edition of Administrative Law, co-written with Jason Varuhas, was published by Oxford University Press in 2017. The third edition of Public Law, co-written with Robert Thomas, was also published in 2017 by Oxford University Press; it is the UK’s best-selling textbook in the field. Mark’s other books include The UK Constitution After Miller: Brexit and Beyond (Hart Publishing 2018) (co-edited with Jack Williams and Alison L Young), The Unity of Public Law? Doctrinal, Theoretical and Comparative Perspectives (Hart Publishing 2018) (co-edited with Jason Varuhas and Shona Wilson Stark), Public Law Adjudication in Common Law Systems: Process and Substance (Hart Publishing 2016) (co-edited with John Bell, Jason Varuhas and Philip Murray), The Scope and Intensity of Substantive Review: Traversing Taggart’s Rainbow (Hart Publishing 2015) (co-edited with Hanna Wilberg), The Cambridge Companion to Public Law (Cambridge University Press 2015) (co-edited with David Feldman) and The Constitutional Foundations of Judicial Review (Hart Publishing 2000). Mark is also the author of numerous articles and essays on topics covering a wide range of public law issues. A full list of his publications can be found here.