Professor Rick Rawlings holds the Chair in Public Law at University College London and is one of the most influential scholars of public law and EU law in the common law world. He is a Leverhulme Trust Major Research Fellow, Honorary Bencher of Middle Temple, Fellow of the Learned Society of Wales, and Life Fellow of the Institute of Welsh Affairs. He was formerly Legal Adviser to the House of Lords Constitution Committee, and currently serves on the Welsh Advisory Committee of the Law Commission and the Welsh Government’s newly-established Commission on Justice in Wales. His many works include leading books such as Delineating Wales: Constitutional, Legal and Administrative Aspects of National Devolution (2003); Devolution, Law-making and the Constitution (2005); Law and Administration (3rd edn 2009, with Carol Harlow); The Regulatory State: Constitutional Implications (2010); Sovereignty and the Law (2013); and Process and Procedure in EU Administration (2014, with Carol Harlow). Professor Rawlings has held visiting research and teaching posts at leading universities including the University of California Berkeley, National University Singapore, and University of Auckland, and in 2018 is a Miegunyah Fellow at the University of Melbourne.