Affording justice: How to reduce the bill for criminal legal aid...a paper by Oliver Sells QC, Andrew Warnock QC, Hamish Common(May 2013)
Democracy Must Prevaila paper by Anthony Speaight QC(January 2013)
A Response to the Commission on a Bill of Rightsby Stanley Brodie QC (November 2012)
Do you have a particular expertise or interest which you feel
would assist the Conservative Party with policy development?
Would you like to have the opportunity to help influence
future policy in relation to justice and the legal professions?
Are you willing to assist with research which can help
to inform and shape the policies of future Governments?
Do you want to become more involved in the debate on
key issues of interest to Conservative minded lawyers?
If so then you might like to join the Society of Conservative Lawyers.
THE LYELL SCHOLARSHIP 2014
The SCL is delighted to offer a scholarship inspired by the late Rt Hon Lord Lyell of Markyate QC and which bears his name.
The scholarship will reward the successful candidate for assistance given to the Society in its research activities in 2014.
It represents an excellent opportunity for a person interested in law and politics to engage with contemporary issues.
The deadline for applications is 5pm, 13th December 2013. For further details click here
The Rt Hon David Cameron MP
“The Society of Conservative Lawyers has been an invaluable resource for the Conservative Party over many decades. I welcome all your contributions to Conservative policy-making.”
Chairman of the Executive Committee SCL - Robert Buckland MP
“The Society has recently produced thought-provoking papers on House of Lords Reform, A Bill of Rights and Access to Justice. Its stimulating events include evening seminars on issues such as criminal justice, human rights, privacy and contempt.”