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What is Administrative Law About? Power, Rights, and Judicial Culture in Australia

BY JOE MCINTYRE Administrative Law has always exposed difficult constitutional fault lines. As the role of the State expanded, courts improvised responses to affect a broadly effective system of legal accountability for executive action. 22 more words

via What is Administrative Law About? Power, Rights, and Judicial Culture in Australia — AUSPUBLAW

Dr Joe McIntyre is a Senior Lecturer at the University of South Australia School of Law. This post was published on Australian Public Law blog on 23 April 2018.

 

Citation: Joe McIntyre, ‘What is Administrative Law About? Power, Rights, and Judicial Culture in Australia on AUSPUBLAW  (23 April 2018) <https://auspublaw.org/2018/04/what-is-administrative-law-about/>

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