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Constitutional and Administrative Law 10th ed

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ISBN13: 9780415623643
Published: June 2013
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print
Paperback edition out of print, ISBN13 9780415623650

Constitutional and Administrative Law (Public Law) is a dynamic and challenging area of law which has an impact on all of our lives. Whenever a government is elected, a new piece of legislation is passed or a citizen's rights are abused, it is Public Law which provides the legal framework within which government and administration functions. Hilaire Barnett's classic textbook equips students with an understanding of the constitution's past, present and future by analysing and illustrating the political and socio-historical contexts which have shaped the major rules and principles of public law, as well as ongoing constitutional reform.

Key learning features include:

  • introductory chapter overviews outlining the topics and concepts covered;
  • short chapter summaries to distil and reflect upon the main points raised;
  • marginal cross-references which help students to recognise connections across topics;
  • a comprehensive companion website, featuring enhanced coverage and a pathway for further study across a variety of topics
Mapped to the common course outline, this textbook offers full coverage of the Public Law syllabus. Written in a clear and understandable style, Constitutional and Administrative Law is an invaluable resource for every student of Public Law.

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Constitutional and Administrative Law
Part I: General Introduction
1. Introduction: The United Kingdom and Its Constitution
2. Sources of the Constitution

Part II: Fundamental Constitutional Concepts
3. The Rule of Law
4. The Separation of Powers
5. The Royal Prerogative
6. Parliamentary Sovereignty

Part III: The European Community and Union
7. Structures and Institutions
8. European Community Law and National Law

Part IV: Central, Regional and Local Government
9. Central Government
10. Responsible Government
11. Devolution and Local Government

Part V:Parliament
12. The Electoral System
13. Introduction to the House of Commons
14. The Legislative Process
15. Scrutiny of the Executive
16. The House of Lords
17. Parliamentary Privilege

Part VI: The Individual and the State
18. The Protection of Human Rights
19. Freedom of Expression and Privacy
20. Freedom of Association and Assembly
21. The Police and Police Powers
22. State Security

Part VII: Administrative Law
23. Judicial Review: Introduction, Jurisdiction and Procedure
24. Grounds for Judicial

Review I: the Substantive Grounds for Judicial Review
25. Grounds for Judicial

Review II: Procedural Grounds: Procedural Impropriety
26. Commissioners for Administration: Ombudsmen and Tribunals