‘The Burns Report on the Size of the House of Lords: Using Parliamentary Privilege to Reform the House of Lords?’
Political Studies Association International Conference 2019, Nottingham, April 2019.

‘Introduction to the WADA Anti-Doping Code’.
Guest Lecture, UCFB Wembley Stadium, London, February 2019.

‘Brexit: 5 Questions’
Keynote Speech, Winchester Scholars Conference, University of Winchester, February 2019.

‘Brexit, the Union and English Parliament: Are “Common Frameworks” the answer?’
Routes to an English Parliament Conference, Centre for Parliament and Public Law and Centre for English Identity & Politics, University of Winchester, Winchester Cathedral, January 2019.


‘Modern Monarchy: State and Nation’
Constitutional Law Lecture Series, City, University of London, February 2018
(text available at https://papers.ssrn.com/).


Brexit: The Withdrawal Bill – A Drama on Many (Legislative) Stages
Public Seminar, University of Winchester, December 2017.

When Statutory Silence Is Deafening: The Binding Nature of Referendums in the UK
Society of Legal Scholars Conference, University College Dublin, September 2017 and at
The Research and Knowledge Exchange Symposium, University of Winchester, April 2017.

Brexit: What Next?
Carlton Club, London, April 2017.


Brexit: What Next?
Public Lecture, University of Winchester, December 2016 (available at https://www.youtube.com/).

‘Modern Monarchy: Brexit and English Identity’
Expertise in English Issues Event, University of Winchester, September 2016.

Brexit: A Legal and Political Perspective
Boston College, University of Notre Dame London Campus, March 2016.

Legal and Constitutional Implications of the EU “In or Out” Referendum
England in the EU Conference, University of Winchester, April 2016.

Informal Constitutional Change: Pulling Iraq Up from Its Bootstraps
‘Who Takes Britain to War?’ Conference, University of Leicester.


Cameron’s Methodology of Constitutional Change
2015 UK Constitutional Law Association Conference at the University of Manchester.


What Watkins v Woolas Tells us About the State of Election Law in the UK
Liverpool Postgraduate Law Conference at the University of Liverpool.


2011: A Tale of Two Referendums
Postgraduate Research Conference, The University of Manchester.