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Thomson Reuters published a blog piece by me entitled Implications for Brexit legislation: technical scrutiny of statutory instruments; it provides an analysis of the standard parliamentary processes for technical scrutiny of UK statutory instruments (SIs) by the Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments and the Secondary Legislation Scrutiny Committee, and implications for Brexit-related SIs.

On 16 March 2018 Thomson Reuters Practical Law published a video discussion between me and Joanna Morris entitled Brexit Update: Spring 2018, dealing with the current status of Brexit legislation including the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill and its current status in the parliamentary timetable, particular issues to look out for in that Bill, the importance of secondary legislation coming out under that Bill, the eventual proposed Implementation Bill and the status of other Brexit legislation. You can see the video here or read the transcript here.

On 13 March 2018 I attended my first meeting as a member of the Thomson Reuters Thought Leadership Advisory Board on Transforming Women’s Leadership in the Law.  We were planning the forthcoming conference on Tuesday 1 May 2018 which will focus on practical steps enabling women to successfully progress in law.  This is an enormously important and exciting project and I am delighted to be a part of it.

On 1 February 2017 the Centre for Policy Studies published a Pointmaker Report Housing: Now is the Time to Seize the Opportunity - the fourth in a series of Pink Planning reports co-authored by me and the economist Keith Boyfield; the report was discussed in the Daily Mail on 1 February 2017, the Mail Online on 2 February 2017 and CityAM on 2 February 2017; Thomson Reuters Foundation Place online magazine ran a report about it on 2 February 2017, and the Foundation also discussed the Report on 1 February 2017 here.