University of Manchester
Domaine d'expertise : Administrative Law
Robert Thomas joined the School of Law in 1998 after undergraduate and postgraduate studies at Cardiff and Nottingham universities.
As an administrative lawyer, his research interests lie in the following areas: law and administrative organizations; administrative tribunals and other redress mechanisms; judicial review; and administrative rule-making, administrative law and institutional and constitutional design; asylum and immigration law; and administrative justice.
In 2003-04, he acted as a specialist adviser to the House of Commons Constitutional Affairs Select Committee with regard to the following inquiries: Immigration and Asylum: the Government's proposed changes to publicly funded immigration and asylum work (2002-03 HC 1171) and Asylum and Immigration Appeals (2003-04 HC 2011).
In 2011, he was appointed as Professor of Public Law.
Lundi 17 février 2020 de 10h45 à 12h45 (SUD 08) : Comparative administrative law - Introduction to Comparative Law Course [LDROI1310]
Mardi 18 février 2020 de 10h45 à 12h45 (MONT 11) : Administrative law and justice in the UK - Droit des politiques publiques [LDROI2108]
Lundi 17 février 2020 de 14h00 à 16h00 (Bibliothèque Delpérée - MORE 79) : Séminaire doctoral en droit public