The House of Lords Delegated Powers and Regulatory Reform Commite's 25th Report of Session 2015-16 (Special Report: Response to the Strathclyde Review - HL Paper 119 - 23 March 2016) quotes my evidence to the Secondary Legislation Scrutiny Committee (para.72) on the difference between the balance of the two Houses and the balance of Parliament and the Executive.
My Editorial to the first 2016 issue of the Statute Law Review published in March is entitled Secondary Legislation and the Primacy of Parliament - it is a critique of the Strathclyde Review (Secondary Legislation and the Primacy of the House of Commons - Cm. 9177).
Thomson Reuters Practical Law published my blog piece Brexit and legislative policy-making: is the government ready to go it alone? on 25 February 2016.
My evidence to the House of Lords Secondary Legislation Scrutiny Committee on the Strathclyde Review: secondary legislation and the primacy of the House of Commons (Cm 9177) was published by the Committee on 5th February 2016 and can be read here.
On Wednesday 13 January I gave evidence, together with Lord Salisbury and Lord Hain, to the House of Lords Constitution Committee, on behalf of the Constitution Reform Group - you can see the evidence session here.
BBC Radio 4's programme How to Make a Brexit on 5 January 2016 (Carolyn Quinn explores the practical process by which Britain would exit the EU if UK voters opt to leave) includes a short contribution by me on the legislative complexity of leaving the European Union.
The Centre for Policy Studies issued a Press Release on 4 January 2016 containing the response by me and my co-author of their two papers on Pink Planning (a de-regulatory initiative for new sustainable communities) to the Government announcement on new homes.
On 16 November the National Assembly for Wales' Presiding Officer, Rosemary Butler AM, presented to the Assembly's Constitutional and Legislative Affairs Committee inquiry on the Draft Wales Bill her suggestions for improvements to the draft Wales Bill; the Assembly's website says "The alternative drafts have been worked up by a former parliamentary drafter, and internationally-recognised expert on legislative drafting, Daniel Greenberg, in conjunction with the Assembly's own lawyers".
In November 2015 I returned from a two-week mission to Albania on behalf of EURALIUS IV “Consolidation of the Justice System in Albania”. I was drafting a consolidated version of the Law on the Self-Governing Bodies in the Justice System, drafting law on aspects of the justice system, and advising on constitutional amendments.
My Third Cumulative Supplement to the Eigth Edition of Stroud's Judicial Dictionary was published in October 2015.
In October 2015 the Constitutional and Legislative Affairs Committee of the National Assembly for Wales published its Report Making Laws In Wales - the 110 page report contains 34 recommednations for different aspects of the legislative process in Wales. I advised the Committee on its work (see Chapter 1, para.6).
The Constitution Reform Group published its Discussion Paper Towards a New Act of Union in September 2015; I am a member of the Steering Group of the CRG and drafted the paper in consultation with members of the Steering Group and correspondents.