Natalie Hearn reviews the tenth edition of Hilaire Barnett's Constitutional and Administrative Law textbook, which comes with a brand new interactive eTextbook to help you in your study of public law.
Rebecca Broadbent explains the concept of judicial review and the remedies available to those who have been wronged by governmental bodies.
Rebecca Broadbent examines the elements of the duty of candour – the duty imposed on the governmental defendant in judicial review cases to ensure they are open and compliant.
Rebecca Broadbent explains the process of appealing a criminal charge and the circumstances in which the CPS can be found to have improperly charged a suspect.
Rebecca Broadbent explains the procedure for appealing to the High Court on a point of law, known as 'by way of case stated'.
Joseph Tomlinson reviews Aileen Kavanagh's Constitutional Review Under the UK Human Rights Act.
George Korchev continues his exploration of the relationship between international and municipal law.
George Korchev examines the relationship between international and municipal law.
Paul Livingston explains why the Justice and Security Green Paper should have been accompanied by red flashing lights.