Sarah King (Court-Brown)

Thesis title:

Mapping Equality in the UK Constitution

Abstract:

The aim of Sarah’s thesis is to map equality within the UK constitution, against the usual view that equality is not a constitutional principle. The hypothesis behind her research is that equality plays multiple, overlapping roles within the UK constitution. Sarah aims to assist scholars and practitioners to understand equality and the UK constitution better. If her research hypothesis is proven, this may also entail the maintenance of certain equality protections as a matter of UK constitutional law going forwards, which could prove significant when the UK equality framework is reconsidered after Brexit.

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Social media:

LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarah-court-brown-0770445b/?originalSubdomain=uk

Twitter – https://twitter.com/sarahcourtbrown

Accomplishments:

Sarah has practical experience of fighting equality and constitutional law cases – she previously practised public law as a solicitor at two firms (Baker & McKenzie and DAC Beachcroft) and she is currently a consultant in the Public & Regulatory team at Bates Wells.

First supervisor:

Kate Malleson

Pathway:

13 – Politics, Public Policy & Governance

Cohort:

2017-18

Publications:

Judicial review in the UK energy sector (LexisPSL) – https://www.lexisnexis.co.uk/legal/guidance/judicial-review-in-the-gb-energy-sector