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Thursday, 4 November 2010

Welsh Legislative Drafting

The National Assembly for Wales' Constitutional Affairs Committee is in the middle of an enquiry into the quality of the drafting of their Measures. For the video of my oral evidence to the Committee yesterday morning see http://www.senedd.tv/archiveplayer.jsf. The Committee's report promises to be interesting - I will keep the blog posted.

4 comments:

  1. The transcript is now available on the Constitutional Affairs Committee's pages of the National Assembly for Wales' website.

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  2. Need Help!

    I am torn between training as a solicitor or legislative drafter.
    What are the advantages and disadvantages of each?

    Thanks.

    James Mugo

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  3. James - interesting question - so interesting that I am going to turn it into a new thread so that it will be easier for people to find it and join in. Daniel.

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  4. Going back to the original post, I am all in favour of assessing the quality of legislation. I wrote an article in CMLRev on this a few years back. And now William Robinson is very active in exploring the issue of quality of EU legislation. So much so, that he is leading a SALS Working Group on the very point...

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