Dr Nick O’Brien, Honorary Research Fellow, awarded the Crick Prize for best article published in the Political Quarterly
Dr Nick O'Brien has been awarded the Bernard Crick Prize for the Best Piece in Political Quarterly of 2018. The prize was given for his article entitled ‘Administrative Justice in the Wake of I, Daniel Blake’.
Dr Nick O’Brien is an Honorary Research Fellow at the Liverpool Law School. He has been a senior official at the Legal Services Ombudsman, Director of Legal and Operations at the Disability Rights Commission, an adviser to the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman and specialist advisor to the House of Commons Public Administration Select Committee for its report Time for a Peoples’ Ombudsman Service.
Find out more
- 'The PQ Crick Prize for Best Piece' - Read about the prize giving on The Politial Quarterly website
- 'Administrative Justice in the Wake of I, Daniel Blake' - Read the article that won the prize (available via the Wiley Online library)
- 'Administrative Justice: Orwell, Crick and the Political Quarterly' - Read Nick O'Brien's blog about winning the Crick prize on the The UK Adminitrative Justice Institute (UKAJI) website