Inaugural Conference 1999
“Devolution in Wales – Public Law and the National Assembly” Proceedings and papers presented at a conference held on 17th April 1999 at Cardiff Law School, Cardiff University (edited by Professor David Miers, Cardiff Law School and published with assistance from Geldards LLP):
“Clawr a Chynnwys”
“Foreword” by Lord Irvine of Lairg LC
“Introduction”– Christopher Pitchford QC Leader, Wales and Chester Circuit
“The Devolution of Powers from Central Government”– Prof Sir David Williams QC, Vice-Chancellor Emeritus, Cambridge University
“The Legal Implications of Welsh Devolution” – The Hon Mr Justice Thomas
“A Comparison Between the Office of the Secretary of State for Wales and the National Assembly for Wales” – David Lambert, former head of Legal Services, the Welsh Office
“Challenges to Actions of the National Assembly for Wales” – Malcolm Bishop QC and Keith Bush, 30 Park Place Chambers, Cardiff.
“The Government of Wales act 1998 and Human Rights” – Luke Clements, Cardiff Law School.
“The European Union and the National Assembly” – Prof Alan Dashwood, Professor of European Law, Cambridge University
“The New Model Wales” – Richard Rawlings, London School of Economics.
“Appendix” – Practice Direction on Devolution Issues (and Crown Office Applications in Wales)