The purpose of this book is to introduce the reader to the fundamental principles and concepts of constitutional and administrative law. It is highly popular with undergraduates for its clear writing style and the ease with which it guides the reader through key principles of public law. This eleventh edition incorporates the significant developments in this ever-changing area of the law. The book also includes a range of useful features to help students get to grips with the subject matter. These include further reading suggestions to support deeper research, a large number of self-test questions to help reinforce knowledge, and chapter summaries and numbered paragraphs to aid navigation and revision. This new edition has been fully updated to cover all the latest developments in constitutional and administrative law, including those relating to devolution and Brexit.
Keywords:constitutional law, administrative law, reform, public law, constitution, government
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- Front Matter
- Part I Fundamental Principles of the Constitution
- Part II The Institutional Framework of the Constitution
- Part III Sources of the Constitution
- Part IV Judicial Review of Administrative Action
- Part V Alternative Means of Redress
- Part VI Civil Liberties
- End Matter