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Regulatory State: Constitutional Implications

14th November 2008


About the Conference
We shall explore the impacts on constitutional arrangements of the development over the last thirty years or so of a 'regulatory state' in the UK and other Western countries, and in EU law. Processes of privatisation and regulation which have given rise to this state raise important issues to do with public, political, legal and other forms of accountability (e.g. audit) of industries and regulators, and issues of governance and good governance. The speakers will consider the constitutional implications of these arrangements generally and in particular countries, and will make comparisons between jurisdictions.

www.ucl.ac.uk/laws/constitution-group/docs/nov08_conf_brochure.pdf

Participants Information:
Please see our website for information about hotels and public transport.
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/laws/constitution-group

In association with

THE FACULTY OF LAWS, UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON
AND CLIFFORD CHANCE LLP

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