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Where is judicial review heading in the new millennium? The 14th annual Judicial Review Conference addressed this question and the papers - revised and updated - are now available in paperback. The papers are written by leading authorities, including Lord Lester of Herne Hill QC, Sir Sydney Kentridge QC and the Hon Michael Beloff QC. Topics include conflict between politicians and the courts, the influence of the House of Lords, academic influences on judicial review, and the case for a UK Human Rights commission - plus an interview with Lord Woolf on mediation in public law. Also included are two extra papers not delivered at the conference - on Parliamentary supremacy and new public management. Edited by Richard Gordon QC, this collection makes essential reading for anyone interested in judicial review.