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Bingham Centre in the Media

The Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law, our research activities and the events that we organise, often appear in various international publications and websites. Links to some of these articles are listed below.


The expert working group on the EU (Withdrawal) Bill and the rule of law, set up in partnership with University College London's Constitution Unit

  • LegalFutures
  • Published October 9 2017

Dialling Up the Right Legal codes with BT

  • Lawyer monthly
  • Published Sept 2017

Fuelling a legal career in Shell: Interview with Michael Coates

  • Lawyer monthly
  • Published Sept 2017

Public legal education panel to help teach people about rights

  • Solicitors Journal
  • Published 20 July

Respect for the Law: The Bingham Centre Business Network

  • GC Magazine
  • Published summer 2017

Implementation of ECHR judgments - have we reached a crisis point? - Lucy Moxham

  • UK Human Rights Blog
  • Published 10 July 2017

Brace yourself, QE may end with quite a bump

The Bingham Centre is rapidly becoming a globally renowned standard bearer for the rule of law. This is reflected in the recent article by Anthony Hilton in the Evening Standard which recognises the Centre's significance.

  • The Evening Standard
  • Published 5 July 2017

Judge on "diminishing" legislative security

  • Counsel Magazine
  • Published June 2017

The Annual Bingham Lecture

Thousands of pieces of Brexit legislation going unscrutinised, warns Lord Judge

  • Scottish Legal News
  • Published 5 May

Judge reopens debate over role of lord chancellor

  • The Times, The Brief, Blue Bag
  • Published 5 May

'Tsunami of legislation set to pass without proper scrutiny'

  • The Times
  • Published 4 May

Brexit may cost MPs and peers the power to pass laws, says former judge

  • The Guardian
  • Published 4 May

Rosie Slowe: Article 50 Notice and Implied Conditionality

  • Human Rights Blog
  • Published 7 April

Murray Hunt's appointment as Director of the Bingham Centre

Matrix Chambers founder moves to law think tank

  • The Times, The Brief
  • Published 5 April

Murray Hunt—Bingham Centre

  • New Law Journal
  • Published 4 April

Business Network

Respect for the Law: The Bingham Centre Business Network

  • Summer issue
  • GC Magazine

Legal teams rally to defend the rule of law

  • 21 June
  • Financial Times

Anthony Hilton:City Wakes up to need to evolve business law

  • 3 February
  • Evening Standard

Business Network promotes rule of law

  • 20 January
  • New law journal

FTSE giants launch GC network to tackle rule of law failures

  • 20 January
  • Law Society Gazette

Shareholders 'won't support action on rule of law issues'

  • 19 January
  • The Times The Brief


  • 19 January
  • The Times

Leading FTSE GCs set up network to promote rule of law in business

  • 18 January
  • The Lawyer

FTSE 100 companies invest in the rule of law

  • 18 January
  • Solicitors Journal

Top UK Companies Take Lead in Investing in the Rule of Law

  • 18 January
  • The Lawyer monthly


The Rule Of Law Must Be At The Centre Of Brexit

  • Published 10 November
  • Huffington Post

Lords justice spokesman condemns 'ill-informed' attacks on judiciary

  • Published: 8 November
  • The Guardian

Scottish Input in IBA Report on Children and Access to Justice

  • Published 28 September
  • Scottish Legal News

Sri Lanka's Improvement In Human Rights Situation Lauded

  • Published: 25 April
  • The Sunday Leader

Media Coverage: Brazil 2016 Annual Conference

  • Various publications


Independent report finds ample evidence of Turkey's breach of ECHR

  • Published: 8 October
  • Today's Zaman

HRA repeal would pose constitutional conundrum says QC

  • Published: 5 October
  • Scottish Legal News

Police chiefs, officers ordered to pay fine for harassing colleague

  • Published: 30 September
  • Today's Zaman

Exiled Turkish Opposition Releases Scathing Report on Human Rights under Erdogan

  • Published: 28 September
  • Newsweek

Report: Gov't carrying out systematic human rights violations since Dec. 17 probe

  • Published: 28 September
  • Today's Zaman

British lawyers warn of human rights violations in Turkey

  • Published: 28 September
  • The Guardian

Thriving legal sector vital to Scotland's success

  • Published: 21 September
  • The Scotsman

Why Myanmar still needs Aung San Suu Kyi

  • Published: 3 September
  • Gulf News

Country risk: foreign companies rank us just above China

  • Published: 10 July
  • The Australian Business Review

Suu Kyi's dead end: After a failed bid to amend Burma's constitution, it is obvious the West was too quick to embrace the generals

  • Published: 25 June
  • The Independent

Magna Carta 'still essential today'

  • Published: 15 June
  • The Law Society Gazette

Belfast accord should be subject to unionist charter

  • Published: 31 May
  • Londonderry Sentinel

To keep the UK united we need a coherent vision of the union and its advantages

  • Published: 27 May
  • John Kay

BBC Radio 4 Today programme, 21 May 2015: Interview with Sir Jeffrey Jowell (at 2:40:13)

Scrap Barnett formula and Wales Office, say experts

  • Published: 20 May
  • BBC

Study by Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law says UK has reached constitutional crossroads and needs major changes to work effectively

  • Published: 20 May

Experts call for no new independence referendum for 15 years

  • Published: 20 May
  • The Herald

Urgent action needed to preserve United Kingdom, thinktank says

  • Published: 20 May
  • The Guardian

Experts call for no new independence referendum for 15 years

  • Published: 20 May
  • Evening Times

Scrap the Barnett formula and have a single Secretary of State for the Union, say leading devolution figures

  • Published: 20 May
  • Wales Online

Listen to the judiciary

  • Published: 20 April
  • The Law Society Gazette

Why Burma still needs Aung San Suu Kyi

  • Published: 6 April
  • The Guardian

Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law facilitates roundtable discussion with key Palestinian Justice Sector institutions

  • Published: 26 March