The Centre has a wide range of projects with staff undertaking original research, providing training, doing law reform work, hosting seminars and conferences, and much more. Our projects aim to provide a clear and strong influence on the implementation of the rule of law.
The Centre's activities and projects include work produced in the name of the Bingham Centre and which advances a position taken by the Centre, as well as publications by its individual research fellows which will contain their own analyses and arguments relating to rule of law issues.
Thematically, our current projects run across the following areas:
The Bingham Centre also has some major cross-cutting programmes:
- Secretariat support for the All-Party Parliamentary Group on the Rule of Law;
- In the rule of law and development, the Global Rule of Law Exchange;
- Independent reviews of major areas of law or policy, including recently the Constitutional Review: Devolution in the UK; and
- The Education and Training programme, which includes the citizenship-teaching project on The Rule of Law in Schools.