Cornerstone on Councillors’ Conduct: Book Review

01 Jan 2018

Public Law and Judicial Review

The December edition of the┬áJames Button and Co-Bulletin features a review of “Cornerstone on Councillors’ Conduct”, written by Cornerstone Barristers and edited by Philip Kolvin QC.

According to the review, Cornerstone Barristers has produced a “book which is not only extremely useful from a professional standpoint, but it is also eminently readable.”

It “is not just a handy reference book to Councillors’ conduct: it is an indispensable guide and should be the first port of call when questions arise”, the review adds.

Cornerstone on Councillors’ Conduct, which was published earlier this year, has been designed as a readable, practical guide for all those involved in local government, including officers, councillors, monitoring officers and lawyers.

To read the full review click here.