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A session is a parliamentary year. Sessions normally begin in the Spring with the State Opening of Parliament and run for about 12 months. There are normally five sessions in each Parliament.

29 July 2020
Inquiry Constitutional implications of COVID-19
Witnesses The Rt Hon. the Baroness Evans of Bowes Park (Leader at House of Lords), and The Rt Hon. the Lord Ashton of Hyde (Chief Whip at House of Lords)
Committees Constitution Committee
Oral Evidence
22 July 2020
Inquiry Constitutional implications of COVID-19
Witnesses Susan Acland-Hood (Chief Executive at HM Courts and Tribunals Service), and Rt Hon Robert Buckland MP (Secretary of State for Justice & Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain at Ministry of Justice)
Committees Constitution Committee
Oral Evidence
15 July 2020
Inquiry Constitutional implications of COVID-19
Witnesses The Rt Hon. the Lord McFall of Alcluith (Senior Deputy Speaker)
Committees Constitution Committee
Oral Evidence
9 July 2020
Inquiry Constitutional implications of COVID-19
Witnesses Simon Davis (President at Law Society), Caroline Goodwin QC (Chair at Criminal Bar Association), and Derek Sweeting QC (Vice-Chair at The Bar Council)
Committees Constitution Committee
Oral Evidence
24 June 2020
Inquiry Constitutional implications of COVID-19
Witnesses Dr Hannah White (Deputy Director at Institute for Government), Sir David Natzler (Former Clerk at House of Commons), and Professor Meg Russell (Director at Constitution Unit)
Committees Constitution Committee
Oral Evidence
1 July 2020
Inquiry Constitutional implications of COVID-19
Witnesses James Sandbach (Director of Policy and External Affairs at Law Works), Carol Storer OBE (Interim Director at Legal Action Group), and Cris McCurley (Parter at Ben Hoare Bell LLP)
Committees Constitution Committee
Oral Evidence
24 June 2020
Inquiry Constitutional implications of COVID-19
Witnesses The Rt Hon. the Baroness Smith of Basildon (Shadow Leader at House of Lords), and The Rt Hon. the Lord Newby OBE (Leader at Liberal Democrat Peers)
Committees Constitution Committee
Oral Evidence
17 June 2020
Inquiry Constitutional implications of COVID-19
Witnesses The Lord Harris of Haringey (Chair at Labour Peers), and The Rt Hon. the Lord Hunt of Wirral MBE (Chair at Association of Conservative Peers)
Committees Constitution Committee
Oral Evidence
10 June 2020
Inquiry Constitutional implications of COVID-19
Witnesses The Rt Hon. the Lord Judge (Convenor at Crossbenchers), and The Baroness Walmsley (Co-Deputy Leader at Liberal Democrats)
Committees Constitution Committee
Oral Evidence
10 June 2020
Inquiry Constitutional implications of COVID-19
Witnesses Natalie Byrom (Director or Research at Legal Education Foundation)
Committees Constitution Committee
Oral Evidence
3 June 2020
Inquiry Constitutional implications of COVID-19
Witnesses Richard Susskind (President at Society for Computers and Law), and Hazel Genn (Professor at University College London)
Committees Constitution Committee
Oral Evidence
13 May 2020
Work Annual evidence session with the Lord Chief Justice (Regular evidence sessions), and Constitutional implications of COVID-19 (Inquiry)
Witnesses The Rt Hon. the Lord Burnett of Maldon (Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales at Judiciary of England and Wales)
Committees Constitution Committee, and Constitution Committee
Oral Evidence
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