Judicial Review

Arvind, T.T., Kirkham, R., Síthigh, D.M and Stirton, L., (eds) Executive Decision-Making and the Courts: Revisiting the Origins of Modern Judicial Review(Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2021)

Bridges, L., Meszaros, G., and Sunkin, M., Judicial Review in Perspective (London, Cavendish, 1995)

Cane, P., Controlling Administrative Power: An Historical Comparison (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2016)

Elliott, M., The Constitutional Foundations of Judicial Review (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2001)

Fordham, Sir M., Judicial Review Handbook (7th ed) (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2021)

Harlow, C., and Rawlings, R., Law and Administration (4th edn, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2021)

Nason, S., Reconstructing Judicial Review (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2019)

Richardson, G., and Genn, H. (eds), Administrative Law and Government Action (Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1994)

Woolf, Lord, Jowell, J., and Le Sueur, A. P., De Smith’s Judicial Review of Administrative Action (8th edn with 3rd supplement, London, Sweet & Maxwell, 2020)

Yowell, P., Constitutional Rights and Constitutional Design: Moral and Empirical Reasoning in Judicial Review (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2020)

Tribunals and Inquiries


Blom-Cooper, L, Public Inquiries: Wrong Route on Bloody Sunday, (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2019)

Cane, P., Administrative Tribunals and Adjudication (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2010)

Genn, H., Tribunals for Diverse Users (DCA Research Series) (London, Department for Constitutional Affairs, 2006)

—— and Genn, Y., The Effectiveness of Representation at Tribunals: Report to the Lord Chancellor (London, Queen Mary College, Faculty of Law, 1989)

Jacobs, E, Tribunals Practice and Procedure (5th ed) (London, Legal Action Group, forthcoming 2019)

Thomas, R., Administrative Justice and Asylum Appeals: A Study of Tribunal Adjudication (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2011)


Buck, T., Kirkham, R., and Thompson, B., The Ombudsman Enterprise and Administrative Justice (Abingdon, Routledge, 2010)

O'Brien, N., and Seneviratne, M., Ombudsmen at the Crossroads: The Legal Services Ombudsman, Dispute Resolution and Democratic Accountability (London, Palgrave Macmillan, 2017)

Seneviratne, M., Ombudsmen—Public Services and Administrative Justice (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2002)


Adler, M., (ed.) Administrative Justice in Context (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2010)Birkinshaw, P., Freedom of Information: The Law, the Practice and the Ideal (3rd edn, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2010)

Cowan, D., and Halliday, S., The Appeal of Internal Review: Law, Administrative Justice and the (non-) Emergence of Disputes (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2003)

Harris, M., and Partington, M. (eds), Administrative Justice in the 21st Century (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 1999)

Hazell, R., Worthy, B., and Glover, M The Impact of the Freedom of Information Act on Central Government in the UK: Does FOI Work? (London, Palgrave Macmillan, 2010)

Lewis, N., and Birkinshaw, P., When Citizens Complain: Reforming Justice and Administration (Buckingham, Open University Press, 1993)

National Audit Office, Citizen Redress: What citizens can do if things go wrong with public services (HC 21, 2004-05) (London, The Stationery Office, 2005)

Smith, R. G., Medical Discipline, The Professional Conduct Jurisdiction of the General Medical Council, 1858-1990 (Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1994)

Worthy, B., The Politics of Freedom of Information: How and Why Governments Pass Laws That Threaten Their Power (Manchester, Manchester University Press, 2017)

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