Masters of the Bench
Professor Richard Rawlings
Full Title: Professor Richard RawlingsCategory: Honorary Benchers
Bench Call Date: 24.11.2009
Professor Rawlings is Professor of Public Law at UCL, with present research and teaching interests in UK constitutional and administrative law, including judicial review and regulation, and in European administrative law. Richard’s works include Law and Administration (1st ed 1984); Pressure Through Law (1992) (both with Master Carol Harlow); and Delineating Wales: Constitutional, Legal and Administrative Aspects of National Devolution (2003). Edited volumes include Law, Society and Economy (1997); Law and Administration in Europe (2003) (with Paul Craig); and Devolution, Law-Making and the Constitution (2005) (with Master Robert Hazell). In February 2008 he delivered his inaugural lecture, Modelling Judicial Review. Professor Rawlings has held research grants from the ESRC and Nuffield, and has recently been involved in CONNEX, a circle of national experts working on ‘Accountability in Network and Multi-Level Governance’, and in WIRE, a pan-European collaboration on regionalism and constitutionalism in the EU. He is a founder member of the Times Law Panel.