Cases for Principles of Administrative Law eBook

Third Edition

Peter Cane, Leighton McDonald, Kristen Rundle

Cases for Principles of Administrative Law eBook

Third Edition

Peter Cane, Leighton McDonald, Kristen Rundle

ISBN:

9780190305284

Binding:

Ebook

Published:

7 Mar 2018

Availability:

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$148.99 NZD

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Description

Many administrative law principles are abstract and difficult to apply. Cases for Principles of Administrative Law is a collection of cases that will help students develop their legal reasoning skills and gain a better awareness of how administrative law principles are applied and elaborated in specific and factual contexts.


The readings in this text are longer than typical in traditional case volumes to promote a deeper understanding of the way administrative law adjudication is structured, and the wider context of issues that are covered when a court attends to a particular point of principle.


Cases for Principles of Administrative Law has been designed to be used in conjunction with the third edition of Principles of Administrative Law.

Contents

TABLE OF CASES
TABLE OF STATUTES

  1. Why Does Administrative Law Matter?
  2. The Scope of Judicial Review
  3. Judicial Review Remedies and the Consequences of Legal Error
  4. Administrative Law Norms (AKA the Grounds of Review)
  5. Access to Judicial Review
  6. Restricting Judicial Review
  7. Tribunals and Merits Review
  8. Beyond Courts and Tribunals
  9. Freedom of Information
  10. Values and Effects of Administrative Law

Authors

Peter Cane - Senior Research Fellow, Christ’s College, Cambridge, and Emeritus Distinguished Professor, Australian National University
Leighton McDonald - Associate Professor, Law School, Australia National University
Kristen Rundle - Associate Professor, Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne

Sample Pages

Read a sample from Cases for Principles of Administrative Law 3rd edition.

Chapter 2: The Scope of Judicial Review