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Public Law Concentrate is a high quality revision guide which covers the main topics found on undergraduate and GDL courses. The clear, succinct coverage of key legal points within a specific topic area, including key cases, enables students to quickly grasp the fundamental principles of thisarea of law. The book focuses on the needs of students to succeed in their exams, showing how all the legal rules fit together and the approach that should be adopted when answering questions. A range of pedagogical features help with preparation for exams and suggest numerous ways to improve marks.Public Law Concentrate provides succinct coverage of all key elements of the law, while also offering students further avenues of investigation, presenting key academic debates and other analytical features.OUP's Concentrate revision series is endorsed by students and lecturers for level of coverage, accuracy and exam advice. Public Law Concentrate has been rigorously reviewed by law lecturers from a range of universities.Public Law Concentrate is accompanied by a free, open-access Online Resource Centre (www.oxfordtextbooks.co.uk/orc/faragher_concentrate http://www.oxfordtextbooks.co.uk/orc/faragher_concentrate) which offers the following resources to support students: - Multiple choice questions which provide instant feedback- Interactive flashcards of key cases (the student is presented with a case and has to supply the principle, or vice versa)- Interactive version of glossary- Updates to case law and legislation- Further reading- Web links to key online sources- Advice on revision and exam technique authored by renowned textbook writer and experienced examiner Nigel Foster, Professor of Law and Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University of Buckingham.
Colin Faragher is Senior Lecturer in Law at Thames Valley University.
Table of Contents
|Introduction to constitutional law||p. 1|
|Sources of constitutional law: constitutional conventions||p. 10|
|The rule of law||p. 24|
|The separation of powers||p. 37|
|Constitutional monarchy and the royal prerogative||p. 48|
|The executive: central, regional, and local government||p. 60|
|The legislative process and the sovereignty of parliament||p. 94|
|European union law and institutions: constitutional implications||p. 108|
|Introduction to administrative law: the foundations and extent of judicial review||p. 123|
|The basic doctrines of judicial review||p. 137|
|Grounds for judicial review||p. 147|
|Crown proceedings and public interest immunity||p. 165|
|Introduction to human rights in UK law||p. 174|
|Police powers, public order, and terrorism||p. 187|
|Outline answers||p. Al|
|Table of cases||p. A21|
|Table of statutes||p. A25|
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