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A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Constitutional and Administrative Law 16th ed isbn 9781447904212

Constitutional and Administrative Law 15th ed & Updating Supplement


ISBN13: 9781292014289
New Edition ISBN: 9781447904212
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781405873505
Published: September 2013
Publisher: Pearson Education Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



The book was pubslihed in August 2010. The Supplement in September 2013.

Written by two experts in the field, Constitutional and Administrative Law is highly regarded for its comprehensive and authoritative coverage of this rapidly changing area of the law.

The wide-ranging constitutional reforms which have characterised much of the Labour government since 1997 have not slowed since the publication of the previous edition in 2006.

In the new fifteenth edition, the authors analyse these changes while maintaining a focus on essential legal principles bringing detailed analysis and illuminating insight to students of constitutional and administrative law.

A staple recommendation on undergraduate and postgraduate law courses throughout the UK, Constitutional and Administrative Law is also used by practising lawyers, political scientists and public administrators.

Subjects:
Constitutional and Administrative Law
Contents:
Preface
Table of Legislation ;
Table of Cases
Abbreviations
PART I ▪ GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
1. Definition and scope of constitutional law
2. Sources and nature of the constitution
3. The structure of the United Kingdom
4. Parliamentary supremacy
5. The relationship between legislature, executive and judiciary
6. The rule of law
7. Responsible and accountable government;
8. The United Kingdom and the European Union
PART II ▪ THE INSTITUTIONS OF GOVERNMENT
9. Composition and meeting of Parliament
10. Functions of Parliament
11. Privileges of Parliament
12. The Crown and the royal prerogative
13. The Cabinet, government departments and the civil service
14. Public bodies and regulatory agencies
15. Foreign affairs and the Commonwealth
16. The armed forces
17. The Treasury, public expenditure and the economy
18. The courts and the machinery of justice
PART III ▪ THE CITIZEN AND THE STATE
19. The nature and protection of human rights ;
20. Nationality, immigration and extradition ;
21. The police and personal liberty
22. The protection of privacy
23. Freedom of expression
24. Freedom of association and assembly ;
25. State security and official secrets ;
26. Emergency powers and terrorism
PART IV ▪ ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
27. Administrative law – an introduction p;
28. Delegated legislation
29. Administrative justice
30. Judicial review of administrative action – I
31. Judicial review of administrative action – II
32. Liability of public authorities and the Crown
Bibliography
Index.