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am716@cam.ac.uk
DipABRSM, BCL (Oxon), MA (Cantab), Barrister (Gray's Inn)
External College Lecturer in Law (Magdalene College)

CV / Biography

 

Barrister at Landmark Chambers (http://www.landmarkchambers.co.uk/alistair_mills)

Member of Attorney-General's Civil Panel of Counsel to the Crown (C Panel).

Editor of a Digest of Decisions on the National Planning Policy Framework: www.landmarkchambers.co.uk/nppf

Assistant Editor of Judicial Review.

An Assistant Editor of the Encyclopedia of Planning Law and Practice, responsible for section on the National Planning Policy Framework, and co-responsible for Neighbourhood Planning.

Publications

 

Books

"Encyclopedia of Planning Law and Practice (Looseleaf) (Assistant Editor)" (Ed)

Co-Author/s:
(an Assistant Editor; General Editors Christopher Lockhart-Mummery QC and David Elvin QC)
Published:
Mar 2015

Articles

"Editorial: Brexit: What does the Outcome Mean for UK Public Law?" [2016] JR 141

Co-Author/s:
David Lock QC, David Blundell
Citation:
[2016] JR 141
Published:
Sep 2016

"Protective Costs Orders and Costs Capping Orders: The New Law" [2016] JR 154

Co-Author/s:
David Lock QC
Citation:
[2016] JR 154
Published:
Sep 2016

"An Update on Consultation" (2015) 20(3) JR 160

Citation:
(2015) 20(3) JR 160
Published:
Sep 2015

"Costs, Permission and Interested Parties" (2014) 19(3) JR 173-179

Citation:
(2014) 19(3) JR 173-179
Published:
Sep 2014

"The 'Makes No Difference' Controversy" (2013) JR 18(1) 124-133

Citation:
(2013) JR 18(1) 124-133
Published:
Mar 2013

"The uncertain future of Walford v Miles" [2011] LMCLQ 528

Co-Author/s:
Rebecca Loveridge
Citation:
[2011] LMCLQ 528
Published:
Nov 2011

Book Chapters

"Rights of Light and Planning Law" in Stephen Bickford-Smith, Andrew Francis and Tom Weekes (Ed), Rights of Light: The Modern Law (Jordan Publishing)

Publisher:
Jordan Publishing
Published Date:
Dec 2014
Co-Author/s:
Stephen Bickford-Smith, Andrew Francis and Tom Weekes

"Procedure: the Early Stages (with Richard Drabble QC, Tim Buley and Toby Fisher)" in Helen Fenwick, Sir Michael Supperstone, James Goudie QC, and the Honourable Mr Justice Walker (Ed), Supperstone, Goudie and Walker: Judicial Review (Ed)

Published Date:
Sep 2014
Co-Author/s:
Helen Fenwick, Sir Michael Supperstone, James Goudie QC, and the Honourable Mr Justice Walker

"Statutory Appeals (with Katherine Olley)" in (Ed), Garner's Environmental Law

Published Date:
Sep 2014

"Contaminated Land (with Jacqueline Lean)" in (Ed), Garner's Environmental Law

Published Date:
Nov 2013

Book Reviews

Matthew Groves and Greg Weeks (eds): Legitimate Expectations in the Common Law World (2018) 134 LQR 334

Published:
Mar 2018

Sarah Nason: Reconstructing Judicial Review [2017] JR 326

Published:
Sep 2017

Philip R Wood: The Fall of the Priests and the Rise of the Lawyers [2016] CLJ 644

Published:
Nov 2016

Richard Ekins: The Nature of Legislative Intent, OUP 2012 [2014] 18(1) Edin LR 170

Published:
Jan 2014

God, Justice, and Society: Aspects of Law and Legality in the Bible by Jonathan Burnside (2012) 16 Edin LR 470

Published:
Sep 2012

Case Notes

Hamid Principles in the Upper Tribunal Solicitors Journal Affiliate Intelligence Vol 158 no 45 25-11-14

Awards by the Financial Services Ombudsman and subsequent litigation (2014) 30 JPN 162-167

Published:
Sep 2014

Regina (Buckinghamshire County Council and others) v. Secretary of State for Transport Rev Euro Comp & Int Env Law, 23: 275–280

Co-Author/s:
James Maurici QC
Published:
Jul 2014

The Requirement of an Oral Hearing in Judicial Review Claims [2012] JR 326

Published:
Dec 2012

Lawyers funding litigation: a costly business (2012) 28 PN 134

Published:
May 2012

The fitness of the fitness to practise panel (2011) 27 PN 230

Published:
Dec 2011

Taking a (taxi) stand on legitimate expectations (2011) 70 CLJ 287

Published:
Jul 2011