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The Society is embarking on an extensive programme of work on the legal options for the UK arising from the referendum decision and after leaving the EU.

August 2018

Heading for the exit: is notice of the UK’s withdrawal from the European Economic Area unnecessary?

Oliver Jackson (Lyell Scholar)

May 2018

Britain's bargaining strength regarding post-Brexit jurisdiction arrangements

David Wolfson QC

May 2018

Jobs and justice

Tristan Honeyborne

November 2017

Trying to keep the Charter is senseless

Anthony Speaight QC

February 2017

Ireland, not British but not foreign: the post-Brexit relationship with Ireland

Blake O’Donnell

February 2017

Financial services, a bespoke arrangement for a European asset: the best post-Brexit deal for the City and UK financial services

Christopher Bond

 

November 2019

We need a Restoration of the Constitution Bill

Martin Howe QC

September 2019

The Supreme Court – Consistent with Burke: A Personal view

Lord Sandhurst QC

September 2019

The Prorogation: Lawful but unconservative: A personal view

Anthony Speaight QC

March 2019

The scourge of false allegations against prominent people

Speech given by Daniel Janner QC

October 2016

Has Time Run Out for the Lord Chancellor MP?

Robin de Wilde QC

 

June 2019

Cannabis: A look at sweeping global change

Simon Randall CBE and Ashley Blood-Halvorsen

March 2019

Evidence to PACAC inquiry into the role of Parliament and military deployment

Society of Conservative Lawyers

February 2019

Prior Parliamentary Approval for Military Action

Sir Oliver Heald MP and Oliver Jackson

July 2017

Public Procurement after the UK’s EU Departure

Simon Randall CBE

October 2016

A Conservative narrative on international law: past, present and future

Kacper Zajac (Lyell Scholar)

October 2015

House of Lords Inquiry into The Union and Devolution

Evidence from the Society of Conservative Lawyers

September 2015

Reshaping civil justice – enhancing the inquisitorial system

Peter Smith

August 2015

The Church and the State

Amy Woolfson (Lyell Scholar)

September 2014

Aspects of education policy for the next Government

Amy Woolfson (Lyell Scholar)

September 2014

Our quasi-federal Kingdom

Foreword by Sir Edward Garnier QC MP

February 2014

Procuring economic growth: an overview of procurement law reforms

Natalie Etchells (Lyell Scholar)

May 2013

Affording justice: how to reduce the bill for criminal legal aid...

Oliver Sells QC, Andrew Warnock QC, Hamish Common

January 2013

Democracy must prevail

Anthony Speaight QC

November 2012

A response to the Commission on a Bill of Rights

Stanley Brodie QC

October 2012

Responsible capitalism – corporate investing

Natalie Etchells (Lyell Scholar)

April 2012

An elected second chamber building a better House

Oliver Heald MP

March 2012

Rescuing human rights

Jonathan Fisher QC

October 2011

SCL Response to the Commission on a Bill of Rights

Lord Faulks QC, Andrew Warnock and Simon Murray

April 2011

EU Procurement Paper

Submission by the SCL Procurement Research Group

March 2011

Access to justice: four essays

Foreword by Lord Faulks QC

October 2010

Anomalies in the compensation system

Lord Faulks QC and Andrew Warnock

September 2008

A fresh start on sentencing

John Riley

November 2007

A Modern Bill of Rights – extracts of research work

May 2007

Human Rights Act – legal pathway

Anthony Speaight QC

May 2007

The impact of the HRA in the Courts

Edward Faulks QC and Andrew Warnock

September 2005

English Votes for English Laws

October 2006

A British Bill of Rights and Obligations

Jonathan Fisher QC

July 2005

Why Intercept Evidence should be admissible

August 2004

Submission on the Draft Animal Welfare Bill

January 2004

Report of the Working Party on Civil Partnerships

November 2003

Constitutional Reform: Response of a working party

October 2002

Speech on medical negligence

The Rt Hon Sir Nicholas Lyell QC

June 2002

Hailsham Lecture: Speech

Rt Hon Lord Hurd of Westwell

 

Older pamphlets published by the Society are held in archives at the Bodleian Library in Oxford.

 

The full list of pamphlets they hold is available to download HERE or contact:

Anabel Farrell
Conservative Party Archivist
Weston Library
Bodleian Libraries

Broad Street

Oxford OX1 3BG

Tel: 01865 277 181

Email: anabel.farrell@bodleian.ox.ac.uk

Website: www.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/cpa