1,000 words is a series of occasional posts on key issues . Each post addresses — in roughly a thousand words — a fundamental concept, principle, doctrine, institution or debate relevant to Public Law. The intention is that — over time: posts will roll out slowly — 1,000 words will evolve into a resource that will address a broad range of key issues in Public Law, and that it will help students better to engage with crucial aspects of the subject. Below is a list of the posts that I have so far written in the 1,000 words series.
- 1,000 words / The Supreme Court’s Judgment in Cherry/Miller (No 2)
- 1,000 words / The Supreme Court’s Judgment in Miller
- 1,000 words / The Rule of Law
- 1,000 words / The European Union (Withdrawal) Bill
- 1,000 words / The European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018
- 1,000 words / The Miller case in the Supreme Court: The key arguments
- 1,000 words / Parliamentary sovereignty
- 1,000 words / If EU law is supreme, can Parliament be sovereign?
- 1,000 words / Devolution
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