Prof Robert Hazell CBE

Constitution Unit, University College London


Robert Hazell was a late comer to academe, coming to UCL in 1995 at the age of 45. After degrees from Oxford in PPE and Law, he started his career as a barrister from 1973-75. He then joined the Home Office, and was a policy making civil servant from 1975 to 1989, working in immigration, police, prisons, broadcasting, race relations, drugs and criminal justice policy. He left Whitehall to become Director of the Nuffield Foundation for six years, and then left the Nuffield to found the Constitution Unit at UCL in 1995. He was given a personal chair as Professor of Government and the Constitution by UCL in 1999. In 2006 he was awarded the CBE for his services to constitutional reform. In 2009 Robert Hazell was awarded the Political Studies Communication Award for his work in developing and communicating the constitutional reform agenda. Robert’s research interests cover the whole of the constitutional reform agenda. He has written widely on devolution in Scotland, Wales and the English regions; freedom of information; parliamentary reform and Lords reform; a British bill of rights; referendums; electoral reform; the Crown and royal prerogative; constitutional watchdogs; and the process of constitutional reform.

 

More information on Professor  Robert Hazell: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/constitution-unit/people/robert-hazell

Events

Scottish Referendum- The EU and Economic Implications of an Independent Scotland

Prof John Kay, Prof Robert Hazell CBE, Dr Monique Ebell, Prof Panos Koutrakos


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