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Email

hjh46@cam.ac.uk

College Contact Details

Room: K103

LL.B (Hons.), University of Glasgow BCL (Oxon.) M.Phil (Oxon.) D.Phil (Oxon.)
Junior Research Fellow in Law

Interests

Constitutional and Administrative Law, Human Rights Law, National Security and Counterterrorism, Constitutional theory.

CV / Biography

Hayley J. Hooper is currently a Fellow at Homerton College, University of Cambridge. Her doctoral research at Balliol College, University of Oxford concerned the use of "closed" or "secret" evidence in the context of judicial review of counterterrorism powers, and its extension to civil procedure more broadly. She worked on the AHRC Public Policy project "Parliaments and Human Rights" with Murray Hunt (Legal Advisor, UK Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights) and continues to maintain an interest in the place of parliament in the constitution, and questions surrounding the legitimacy of judicial review. Hayley previously worked as a Foreign Law Clerk at the Supreme Court of Israel.

Hayley is a graduate of the School of Law, University of Glasgow, and Balliol College, University of Oxford, and spent an ERASMUS year at Juridiska Fakulteten (Faculty of Law), Lund University, Sweden. 

Publications

 

Books

"Parliaments and Human Rights: Redressing the Democratic Deficit" (Hart) (Ed)

Co-Author/s:
Murray Hunt, Paul W. Yowell
Published:
Feb 2015
Publisher:
Hart
ISBN 13:
978-1-849-46561-8

Articles

"Shining Light on the Darkness?" [2013] Public Law (April) 213

Citation:
[2013] Public Law (April) 213
Published:
Apr 2013

Book Chapters

"The Use of Parliamentary Materials in Proportionality Judgments" in , Parliaments and Human Rights: Redressing the Democratic Deficit (Hart)

Publisher:
Hart
Published Date:
Feb 2015
ISBN 13:
978-1-849-46561-8

Book Reviews

Democratic Dialogue and the Constitution (2017) 133 (4) LQR 688

Published:
Oct 2017

Parliaments and the European Court of Human Rights (2017) 133 LQR 343

Published:
Apr 2017

Review of, Constitutional Courts and Deliberative Democracy, by Conrado Hübner Mendes, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013) (2013) 4 Law Quarterly Review 685

Published:
Oct 2014

Review of, The Right to Have Rights: Citizenship, Humanity, and International Law, by Alison Kesby, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012) (2013) European Human Rights Law Review (March) 110

Published:
Mar 2013

Review of, The Executive Unbound: After the Madisonian Republic, by Eric A. Posner & Adrian Vermeule, (New York: Oxford University Press, 2011) (2012) Public Law, July 588

Published:
Jul 2012

Review of, The Legal Protection of Human Rights: Sceptical Essays, by Tom Campbell, Keith D Ewing, and Adam Tomkins (eds.), (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011) (2011) 6 European Human Rights Law Review 750

Published:
Oct 2011

Case Notes

The Future is a Foreign Country: R (Lord Carlile and Others) v Home Secretary (2005) 74(1) Cambridge Law Journal 23-26

The Curious Tale of the Black Spider Memos: R (On the Application of Evans) v Her Majesty’s Attorney General and the Information Commissioner [2014] 2 WLR 1334 (2015) Edinburgh Law Review 101

Published:
Jan 2015

An Unsteady Middle Ground: Joined Cases C 584/10 P, C 593/10 P and C 595/10 P Commission and United Kingdom v Yassin Abdullah Kadi (No. 2) [2013] ECR 00000 [2014] 20(3) European Public Law 409

Crossing the Rubicon: Bank Mellat v HM Treasury (No. 1) [2013] UKSC 38 (2014) Public Law (April) 171

Published:
Apr 2014

Liberty before Security: Case T-85/09 Yassin Abdullah Kadi v Commission (No. 2) [2010] ECR 00000 (September 30, 2010) [2012] 18(3) European Public Law 457

The Lesser of Two Evils: Case comment on W (Algeria) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2012] UKSC 8 (2012) 4 Law Quarterly Review 511

Published:
Oct 2012

Reports

Critical reflections on the High Court’s judgment in R (Miller) v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union

Voting on Military Action in Syria: Part II

Published:
Dec 2015
Reference Number:
H. J. Hooper, ‘Voting on Military Action in Syria: Part II’ U.K. Const. L. Blog (1st Dec 2015)

'Parliament's Role in Voting on the Syrian Conflict'

Co-Author/s:
Dr. Veronika Fikfak
Published:
Nov 2015
Reference Number:
Law in Focus Video Series
Body / Institution:
University of Cambridge

The Counter Terrorism and Security Bill: A Potential Further Erosion of Citizenship Rights in the United Kingdom

Published:
Jan 2015
Body / Institution:
Constitution Net: Supporting Constitution Builders Globally

Remedies and Procedures on the Right of Anyone Deprived of his or her Liberty by Arrest or Detention to Bring Proceedings before a Court: A Comparative and Analytical Review of State Practice

Co-Author/s:
Multiple
Published:
Apr 2014
Body / Institution:
Oxford Pro Bono Publico

Supplementary Comparative Research on Secret Evidence: A closer examination of the procedure and practice in the United States' A Report for the Joint Committee on Human Rights

Co-Author/s:
Multiple
Published:
Apr 2014
Body / Institution:
Oxford Pro Bono Publico

Report on the UK-China Public Law Conference 2013: The Rule of Law in Modern Constitutionalism

Published:
Sep 2013
Body / Institution:
UK Constitutional Law Association

'Justice and Security Bill: Report of the Joint Committee on Human Rights'

Published:
Nov 2012
Body / Institution:
Oxford Human Rights Hub

Keep Calm and Carry On?

Published:
Oct 2012
Body / Institution:
UK Constitutional Law Association

The Justice and Security Bill: Some Serious Concerns

Published:
Jun 2012
Body / Institution:
UK Constitutional Law Association

A Case without Precedent

Published:
May 2012
Body / Institution:
UK Constitutional Law Association

Parliaments and Human Rights: Redressing the Democratic Deficit

Co-Author/s:
Murray Hunt, Paul Yowell
Published:
Apr 2012
Reference Number:
Public Policy Series (No. 5)
Body / Institution:
Arts and Humanities Research Council