Cases and Materials on Constitutional and Administrative Law by Brian ThompsonCases and Materials on Constitutional and Administrative Law by Brian Thompson

Cases and Materials on Constitutional and Administrative Law

byBrian Thompson, Michael Gordon

Paperback | June 22, 2014

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Cases and Materials on Constitutional and Administrative Law provides you with a comprehensive selection of legal resources to accompany your studies. Extracts from leading cases, academic works, and political documents are drawn together with incisive author commentary and thought-provokingquestions to highlight the historical debates and ongoing development of the subject. The authors take a critical look at the doctrines of constitutional law and the principles of administrative law, showing how the constitution operates in relation to Parliament, the Executive, and the citizen. The eleventh edition has been fully revised and updated with new extracts and commentary from recent case law and legislation, and also features a new chapter on devolution.
Brian Thompson is a Senior Lecturer at the Liverpool Law School, University of Liverpool, and is a member of the Tribunal Procedure Committee. Michael Gordon is Lecturer in Law at Liverpool Law School, University of Liverpool.
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Title:Cases and Materials on Constitutional and Administrative LawFormat:PaperbackDimensions:776 pagesPublished:June 22, 2014Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0199678219

ISBN - 13:9780199678211

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Table of Contents

1. Constitutional law in the United Kingdom2. The legislative sovereignty of parliament3. The rule of law4. Judicial Independence5. The royal prerogative and constitutional conventions6. Parliament: Scrutiny of policy and administration7. Parliament: law-making8. Devolution9. Human rights10. Judicial review: The grounds11. The availability of judicial review12. Ombudsmen13. Statutory tribunals