Matthew Holmes is a practising barrister
Administrative Law Nutshell presents busy students with a comprehensive overview of Irish administrative law. It provides an understanding of this important area of law which will be of great assistance when approaching the subject for the first time, and in the run up to exams.
ÃÂ· A simple introduction to administrative law for students
ÃÂ· Is a helpful and detailed revision tool
ÃÂ· Explains the basic principles
ÃÂ· Highlights key cases and statutes
ÃÂ· Explains the core principles and concepts
ÃÂ· Focuses on subjects favoured by examiners
ÃÂ· Outlines the procedures expected to be followed by Administrators, and what can be considered to be unfair procedure
ÃÂ· Includes an easy to understand guide to Judicial review, including judicial review procedure; judicial review remedies; who can take a judicial review; and who and what can be subject to a judicial review
ÃÂ· Fair Procedures
ÃÂ· Ultra Vires
ÃÂ· The Rule Against Bias
ÃÂ· Reasons part 1: Duty to act reasonably
ÃÂ· Reasons part 2: Duty to give reasons
ÃÂ· The Doctrine of Proportionality
ÃÂ· Legitimate expectation
ÃÂ· Introduction to Judicial Review
ÃÂ· Who and what can be subject to judicial review?
ÃÂ· Judicial Review Procedure
ÃÂ· Locus Standi
ÃÂ· Time Limits and Delay
ÃÂ· Discretionary bars to judicial review
ÃÂ· Judicial review Ã¢ÂÂ Remedies
ÃÂ· Habeas Corpus and Article 40 Procedure
Customer Profile Ã¢ÂÂ Primary Market
ÃÂ· Law Students in Ireland Ã¢ÂÂ Handy introduction to the area and an invaluable revision aid.
Administrative Law Nutshell
Date Published: 27/03/2014
Author: Matthew Holmes
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