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Public Law: Text, Cases, and Materials offers a fresh approach to the study of constitutional and administrative law.
Three of the subject's foremost scholars provide you with clear and insightful commentary on the key institutions, legal principles and conventions, and blend this with a carefully selected and diverse range of materials and case studies. You'll acquire both a thorough knowledge of public law and practice, and an understanding of the theoretical and political debates in this fascinating and dynamic field of law.
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Table of Contents
Part I: Constitutional Fundamentals 1. Constitutional fundamentals 2. Legitimacy in the constitution and Parliamentary sovereignty 3. The rule of law 4. Separating and balancing powers 5. Multi-level governing Part II: The Executive Function 6. Protecting rights 7. Government and accountability 8. Exercise and control of executive power in the European Union Part III: The Legislative Function 10. Primary legislation 11. Delegated legislation 12. European Union treaties and legislative processes 13. Cases study: what happens when the Commons and Part IV: Judicial and dispute resolution functions 14. The judiciary 15. Administrative justice: tribunals and ombudsmen 16. Judicial review 17. Using human rights in the United Kingdom courts 18. European Union law in the United Kingdon courts 19. Constitutional change