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Written by leading academics, this new Text, Cases, & Materials book on Public Law provides a thought-provoking and vivid account of one of the most interesting areas of the undergraduate law syllabus.The authors have drawn on their substantial experience as teachers and researchers to write a book that will enable readers to acquire both a thorough...
Written by leading academics, this new Text, Cases, & Materials book on Public Law provides a thought-provoking and vivid account of one of the most interesting areas of the undergraduate law syllabus.The authors have drawn on their substantial experience as teachers and researchers to write a book that will enable readers to acquire both a thorough knowledge of the practicalities of this area of law and an understanding of the theoretical and political debates. The authors explain the key principles of constitutional law and practice, drawing on extracts from a diverse range of materials, along with case studies designed to bring the subject alive. Throughout the book a wealth of learning features - such as questions, discussion points and summaries - are used to help students develop their knowledge and understanding of the issues. The book is organised in four parts. Part 1, constitutional fundamentals, introduces the role of constitutions and core principles such the 'rule of law' and the protection of constitutional rights. Part 2, the executive function, focuses on the organisation and nature of government within the UK and the EU. Part 3 deals with legislation. It asks who makes legislation? It also examines the extent to which legislators in the UK and EU are accountable for the rules they generate. Part 4 concentrates on the role of the courts and tribunals to explore how disputes between individuals and public bodies are dealt with. This part includes coverage of judicial review and the use of human rights arguments in the UK courts.ONLINE RESOURCE CENTRE The book is supported by an Online Resource Centre featuring updates on case law, legislation and academic commentary, a test bank of multiple choice questions, a glossary of key terms, extra material to support the case studies in the book, links to relevant material including home pages of the main institutions involved in the case studies (e.g a government department, parliamentary select committee, and campaign group) and reports in the online news media.
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