Administrative Law provides a detailed and clear examination of what is a conceptually difficult area of law. Craig’s thorough and contextual approach to the subject has prompted thought, discussion, and understanding amongst all those interested in the subject.
NEW TO THE NINTH EDITION:
- New chapter on the History of Administrative Law, and new chapter on the issues posed for Administrative law by Automated Decision-making
- Updated to take account of all new case law on central topics such as error of law, human rights, proportionality and legitimate expectations
- Analysis of legislative changes, including the impact of Brexit
- Chapters revised and rewritten to take account of political developments and new secondary literature
- Administrative Law is of relevance to those who are interested in the administrative system and those whose primary interest is in judicial review. It provides a clear and readable exposition of a complex area of law, making it an invaluable text for students and academics alike.