Browse Hierarchy LAW6166: Administrative Law
1. The notion of administrative justice and remedies for wrongs by public bodies. 2. Judicial review procedures and remedies. 3. Who is and what kind of decisions are amenable to judicial review? 4. Who may make a claim or intervene in judicial review proceedings? 5. Advanced study of the grounds of judicial review: a. illegality b. irrationality c. proportionality d. procedural impropriety (including art 6 ECHR) e. review of law and fact 6. Legitimate expectations and fettering of discretion 7. The status of unlawful administrative actions. 8. The role of tribunals and ombudsmen.
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