Administrative Power and the Law - student copy
|Author(s) :||McKenzie, F|
|Short Description :|
|Format :||Academic, Softcover|
|Published :||March, 2006|
The author believes that administrative law is best understood when seen operating in the real world. This book presents administrative law questions and academic legal principles as they work in practice, bringing administrative law to life. In this way, the book aims to meet the perspective of the reader and guide them through the complexities of the subject.
The work contains analyses of essential legal principles and classic quotes from leading cases. Important High Court decisions are presented within a page. The essentials of each case are presented in sharp focus.
Examples, diagrams and analogies are used creatively to explain how administrative law works. Different learning styles are thus accommodated.
Law students often find the subject of administrative law conceptually difficult, and quite different from other areas of legal study. Students will value the practical approach of the text and the book will aid in their understanding of administrative law.
* Power - Overview
* Power - Acts
* Power - Authority
* Decisions, Reasons and Information Access
* Review - General
* Judicial Review - General
* Judicial Review - Natural Justice
* Judicial Review - Legal error
* Judicial Review - Relevant/Irrelevant considerations
* Judicial Review - Other grounds
Fiona McKenzie has practised mainly in the area of administrative law. She has advised all levels of government as well as corporate clients in issues such as discretionary decision making and statutory interpretation, delegations, and review. Fiona has also appeared in administrative law cases in a range of courts and tribunals. She also conducts training in administrative decision making for lawyers and public servants, based on her book, see www.adminlaw.com.au .