McDonald, Rundle, Hammond, Principles of Administrative Law 4e

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Principles of Administrative Law offers a sophisticated yet clear and engaging account of what can be a dense and complex subject area. The principles, concepts and ways of thinking offered, provide pathways to a deeper understanding of the primary materials of administrative law, challenging readers to consider the role it plays in the control of public or governmental power in a contemporary setting.

The book encourages critical reflection on the key questions: ‘What is administrative law?’, ‘What does it do, and how?’ and ‘Why is it needed?’.

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