Scarlett Milligan and Tom Tabori, speaking with Anita Sharma of the charity INQUEST, explore recent appellate decisions which impact on the scope and conduct of inquests, the state's Article 2 obligations, and broader investigative duties on the stat... Read more
Current Trends in Public Law Episode 1: Not too early, not too late – when to file for judicial review?
Current Trends in Public Law is a podcast which aims to keep listeners up to date with interesting current issues in Public Law. It covers a wide range of issues with a focus on recent case law and changing trends in approaches to bringing and defend... Read more
The Public Law Podcast Does the Care Act 2014 require a local authority to fund a family holiday to Florida?
In this episode, Sian Davies and Arianna Kelly discuss the recent Court of Appeal in R(BG and KG) v Suffolk County Council  EWCA 1047, in which the court considered a challenge to local authority's refusal to fund holidays, day trips and food f... Read more
Everyone's Business is a safeguarding podcast which explores interesting and unique perspectives in respect of safeguarding children and adults at risk. The series is part of 39 Essex Chambers' Public Law Podcast and features guests who can offer exc... Read more
In this episode, Emily Wilsdon, Nyasha Weinberg and Chiara Cordone discuss the recent Supreme Court case of HA (Iraq) v SSHD  UKSC 22, what it says about the 'unduly harsh' and 'very compelling circumstances' tests in deportation, and how it is... Read more
In this episode, Katherine Barnes and Rachel Sullivan interview an ICS expert, Gerard Hanratty, to guide listeners through the recent structural changes to the NHS introduced by the Health and Care Act 2022. The episode covers: The previous structure... Read more
The first episode of our Public Law Podcast is essential listening for all healthcare and procurement practitioners with public law specialists Jennie Thelen and Katherine Barnes, along with guest speaker Sharon Lamb from McDermott Will & Emery, ... Read more