Professor Joe Tomlinson

Professor in Public Law, University of York

Joe is Professor of Public Law at the University of York.  He is also a member of the Academic Panel at Blackstone Chambers, an Associate Fellow of the Public Law Project, and Co-Chair of the Academic Panel of the Administrative Justice Council.

Joe’s research focuses on the law of public administration – administrative decision-making about people’s rights and entitlements and how those decisions can be challenged.  It explores how law operates in contemporary administrative systems, often with an emphasis on systemic issues.  He is also interested in how these systems are perceived and experienced in everyday life.

You can find out more about his work here.