Administrative Law is a really challenging subject for most law students - it deals with complex, abstract and very theoretical concepts - and students find it hard to make connections between theory and application. Unlike a number of other law subjects (e.g. contracts) where areas come indistinct blocks, Administrative Law concepts and areas often overlap creating a "collage"effect. Whilst in Contracts the effect is that of a beginning, a middle and an end, providing a solid picture, in Administrative Law, students often only fully make sense of the subject when all the overlappingpieces of the "collage" fall into place, thus making up a big picture.The Administrative Law Guidebook will assist students in drawing the pieces of the picture together - it will allow them to take the theoretical/conceptual knowledge they have from their core textbooks/casebooks and to apply it to real life scenarios and problem questions, similar to those they willencounter in exams. In short, the Guidebook will provide a guide on how to begin and proceed with Administrative Law procedures. Students are always asking the "how" questions and the Guidebook will give them a good, practical head start.