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A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
The UK Supreme Court Yearbook Volume 7: 2016 isbn 9781911250142

The UK Supreme Court Yearbook Volume 6: 2015

Edited by: Daniel Clarry, Christopher Sargeant

ISBN13: 9781911250128
New Edition ISBN: 9781911250142
Published: December 2015
Publisher: Appellate Press Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £40.00 - Reprinting

The UK Supreme Court Yearbook critically reviews the jurisprudence of the UK Supreme Court each legal year and publishes an array of articles concerning institutional and jurisprudential aspects of the Court by leading commentators, including the Justices of the UK Supreme Court itself and judges from highest appellate courts internationally.

General Interest
Introduction by Daniel Clarry and Christopher Sargeant, ‘Turning over a New Leaf in the House of Lords’
Foreword by Professor Sir David Edward, ‘Scotland’s Magna Carta: The Claim of Right and the Common Law’

Part I: Commentary and Reflections
1. Lord Neuberger, ‘Judge not, that ye be not judged: judging judicial decision-making’
2. Lady Hale, ‘The UK Supreme Court in the UK Constitution’
3. Lord Norton of Louth, ‘Parliament and the Courts: Strangers, Foes or Friends?’
4. Sir Jack Beatson, ‘The New Model Judiciary and the Other Two Branches of State’
5. Justice Mark Leeming, ‘Ministerial override certificates and the law/fact distinction – A comparison between Australia and the United Kingdom’
6. Philip Cayford QC, ‘Wyatt v Vince–Climate Change in the Family Division?'
7. Professor Penny Darbyshire, ‘The UK Supreme Court: Is There Anything Left to Think About?’

Part II: Private Law in the UK Supreme Court
Foreword by Professor John Goldberg and Professor Henry Smith (Harvard Law School)
8. Lord Hoffmann, ‘Constitutionalism and the Private Law’
9. Lord Millett, ‘The Common Lawyer and the Chancery Practitioner’
10. Justice James Edelman, 'Understanding Tracing Rules'
11. Professor Graham Virgo, 'Judicial Discretion in the UK Supreme Court'
12. Associate Professor James Goudkamp, 'The Doctrine of Illegality: A Private Law Hydra'

Part III: Thematic Analyses
13. Caitlin Grimmer and Menaal Munshey, Criminal Law, Evidence and Procedure
14. Darren Harvey and Niall O'Connor, European Dimensions
15. Daniel Messenger and Sally Gore, Family Law
16. Nino Guruli and Matthew Kennedy, Human Rights Law
17. Jason Allen, Jurisdiction and Devolution Issues
18. David Birch and Alice Zheng, Private Law

Part IV: The 2014-15 Legal Year in Overview
19. Cheyne Beetham , Overview: Administrative Law
20. Stephanie Wong, Overview: Civil Procedure
21. Brian C Dearing, Overview: Company Law, Insolvency and Receivership
22. Barry Solaiman, Overview: Constitutional Law
23. Kirsty Huen Ka Ki, Overview: Contract and Consumer Law
24. Emmeline Plews, Overview: Criminal Law, Evidence and Procedure
25. Daniel Brown, Overview: Employment Law
26. Emily Charlotte Jameson, Overview: Environmental Law
27. Matthew Eglezos, Overview: Equity, Procedure and Land Law
28. Ece Deniz Gunay and Engin Gunay, Overview: European Union Law
29. Carlo Coccaro, Overview: Family Law
30. Christopher Sargeant, Overview: Human Rights Law
31. Aaron Taylor, Overview: Housing Law;
32. Jake Rylatt, Overview: Immigration and Refugee Law
33. Nelson Goh, Overview: International Law
34. Oliver Butler, Overview: Jurisdiction and Devolution Issues
35. Lucy Coulson, Overview: Local Government Law
36. Nicola Jaccarini, Overview: Tax Law
37. Emily Vale, Overview: Tort Law

PART V: Appendices
Appendix A: Composition of the Court
Appendix B: Statistics