Alexi Norris – The Queen (on the application of (1) Friends of the Earth Limited (2) ClientEarth (3) Good Law Project and Joanna Wheatley v Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy [2022] EWHC 1841 (Admin)

The High Court decided that the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy’s Net Zero Strategy (“NZS”) breached its obligations under sections 13 and 14 of the Climate Change Act 2008 (“the Act”). The strategy sets out the Government’s policies and proposals for meeting carbon budgets set by Parliament. The case joined three legal challengesContinue reading “Alexi Norris – The Queen (on the application of (1) Friends of the Earth Limited (2) ClientEarth (3) Good Law Project and Joanna Wheatley v Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy [2022] EWHC 1841 (Admin)”

Jack Hollingworth: The (Second) Highest Court in the Land? A Case Comment on Attorney General v Crosland [2021] and Supreme Court’s Right to Overrule Itself

Jack Hollingworth, Cambridge law undergraduate and Inner Temple PASS Scholar, provides a case comment on Attorney General v Crosland. The article questions whether the Supreme Court can overrule itself, and whether this challenges orthodox perceptions of the Supreme Court’s constitutional position.

Jason Galbraith-Marten QC: Uber and UTAG v TfL Interview Series (Part 2)

The second part of the series on the High Court’s decision that Uber and Free Now’s business model is unlawful. Alexi Norris, Assistant Editor, interviewed leading employment and equality barrister Jason Galbraith-Marten QC of Cloisters, who acted for the App Drivers and Couriers Union in this case.

Kieron Spoors: A Case Note and Analysis – Forstater v CGD Europe & others [2021]

Kieron Spoors is a recent first-class graduate in law from Cambridge University, and previous guest writer for UK Public Law Blog. In this piece, he summarises and analyses the EAT’s judgment in Forstater, a leading case on employment and trans rights.