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Vol 21 No 9 Sept/Oct 2016

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Judicial Review: The Laws of Australia

ISBN13: 9780455234113
Published: June 2014
Publisher: Thomson Reuters Australia
Country of Publication: Australia
Format: Paperback
Price: £102.00

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Judicial review is an expanding and constantly evolving area of law. Challenging the validity of administrative or executive decisions in the Federal Court of Australia or the state Supreme Courts has become a large part of everyday practice for many practitioners.

Judicial Review: The Laws of Australia acquaints practitioners and students with the principles of Judicial Review in Australia. It is an encyclopaedic and practical work which covers judicial review of administrative decisions at the state, territory and federal levels.

The text covers:-

  • the administrative law system in Australia;
  • delegated legislation and judicial review challenges;
  • what are reviewable decisions and conduct;
  • the grounds of judicial review;
  • procedural fairness (a separate and detailed treatment); and
  • remedies in judicial review.

Mark Robinson SC, Editor, is a senior counsel based in Sydney practising in administrative law and general law for over 25 years. Mark leads an impressive team of authors and editors comprising some of the best administrative law lawyers and academics in Australia today.