Constitutional and Administrative Law

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OUP Oxford, Apr 5, 2012 - Law - 540 pages
The Core Text Series takes the reader straight to the heart of the subject, providing a reliable and invaluable guide for students of law at all levels. Written by leading academics and renowned for their clarity, these concise texts explain the intellectual challenges of each area of the law. Constitutional and Administrative Law remains highly popular with undergraduates for its clear writing style and the ease with which the author guides the reader through key principles of public law. The seventh edition incorporates all significant developments in this ever-changing area of the law. The book also includes a range of useful features to help students get to grips with the subject matter. These include extensive further reading suggestions to support deeper research, a large number of self-test questions to help reinforce knowledge, and chapter summaries and numbered paragraphs to aid navigation and revision. Highly praised by lecturers and students alike, this book is a must for undergraduates of all levels. Oxford Public Law Resouce Centre The book is supported online by the Oxford Public Law Resource Centre, offering the following useful resources: - Regular updates, providing easy access to changes and developments in the law - Oxford NewsNow RSS feed, keeping you up to date on the latest news stories - Library of web links and timeline of key dates in British political history - Audio podcasts from expert Oxford authors on key issues in public law
 

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Contents

Table of statutes
xvi
Table of statutory instruments
xxiii
Table of cases
xxiv
Table of European conventions directives and treaties
xlv
Guide to using the book
xlvii
Fundamental Principles of the Constitution
1
The Institutional Framework of the Constitution
107
Sources of Public Law
181
Judicial Review of Administrative Action
249
Alternative Means of Redress
333
Civil Liberties
375
Index
523
Copyright

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Neil Parpworth is Principal Lecturer in Law at De Montfort University, Leicester.

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