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Palgrave Law Masters: Constitutional and Administrative Law 9th ed isbn 9781137281449

Palgrave Law Masters: Constitutional and Administrative Law 8th ed


ISBN13: 9780230285705
New Edition ISBN: 9781137281449
Previous Edition ISBN: 9780230576629
Published: April 2011
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



Constitutional and Administrative Law provides a comprehensive and very readable introduction to the basic legal principles of the UK constitution.

Critical yet accessible, the book places the law in the context of the main political ideas which have influenced its development and discusses some of the most fundamental questions about government.

This new edition is fully updated, with more detailed coverage of aspects of administrative law and an increased focus on human rights/civil liberties. There will also be a fully updated companion website.

Subjects:
Constitutional and Administrative Law
Contents:
Preface
Table of Cases
Table of Statutes
PART I: THE FRAMEWORK OF THE CONSTITUTION;
1. Introduction: Constitutional Themes and Structures
2. Underlying Political Values: Liberalism and Republicanism
3. The Sources of the Constitution
4. Historical Outline
5. An Overview of the Main Institutions of the UK Constitution;
PART II FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES
6. The Rule of Law
7. The Separation of Powers
8. Parliamentary Supremacy;
PART III INTERNATIONAL ASPECTS OF THE CONSTITUTION
9. The State and the Outside World,;
10. The European Union;
PART IV: GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONS
11. Parliament: Constitutional Position
12. The Composition of Parliament and Parliamentary Elections
13. Parliamentary Procedure
14. The Crown
15. Ministers and Departments;
16. Devolution;
PART V: ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
17. The grounds of judicial review, I: Illegality and ultra viresVires
18. The grounds of judicial review, II: Beyond ultra vires
19. Judicial Review Remedies;
PART IV: FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS
20. Human Rights and Civil Liberties;
21. The Human Rights Act 1998
22. Freedoms of Expression and Assembly
24. Constitutional Reform;
Index