p. 48912. Judicial Review—An Introduction
- Mark ElliottMark ElliottProfessor of Public Law, University of Cambridge
- and Robert ThomasRobert ThomasProfessor of Public Law, University of Manchester
This chapter provides an introduction to the concept of judicial review. It discusses what judicial review is and is not about; the nature of administrative law; the relation of judicial review to three key themes crucial to understanding the modern British constitution—accountability, political and legal constitutionalism, and demarcation disputes in the multilayered constitution; and the constitutional basis of judicial review.