Constitutional and Administrative Law

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Cavendish Publishing, Jul 29, 2002 - Law - 1301 pages
Much of the extensive programme of constitutional reform commenced by the current government has been achieved. Devolution is now well established, reforms to the electoral process and political party funding have been addressed, a Freedom of Information Act has been enacted and the House of Lords has been partially reformed. Of the reforms the most significant and far-reaching is the introduction of the Human Rights Act 1998, the impact of which has been felt across numerous areas of domestic law. The fourth edition of Hilaire Barnetts popular textbook provides a timely and comprehensive update on the impact of these reforms.lt;brgt;lt;brgt; lt;igt;Constitutional and Administrative Lawlt;lt;/igt;gt; provides a clear exposition of the major features of the UKs constitution and a comprehensive summary of recent developments. The book has been consciously designed to meet the needs of students undertaking a constitutional and administrative law course, whether full or part time, and provides comprehensive coverage of the syllabus drawn from a wide range of sources
 

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This book is a fantastic read for the serious legal student and professional alike. The ease and fluidity of reading is a welcomed surprise considering the potentially dry and exhaustive topic.

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