De Smith, Woolf & Jowell's Principles of Judicial Review
This is a student edition of Judicial Review of Administration Action. It provides a detailed and a highly structured analysis of all aspects of judicial review with a text that has been adapted for the student and academic market. practitioner-specific material has been removed, and the remaining chapters have been rationalized and restructured to reflect the academic focus of the work.
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