The Optimize series is designed to show you how to apply your knowledge in assessment. These concise revision guides cover the most commonly taught topics, and provide you with the tools to: Understand the law and remember the details Am using diagrams and tables throughout to demonstrate how the law fits together Contextualise your knowledge Am identifying and explaining how to apply legal principles for important cases Am providing revision advise to help you aim higher in essays and exams Avoid common misunderstandings and errors Am identifying common pitfalls students encounter in class and in assessment Reflect critically on the law Am identifying contentious areas that are up for debate and on which you will need to form an opinion Apply what you have learned in assessment Am presenting learning objectives that reflect typical assessment criteria Am providing sample essay and exam questions, supported by end-of-chapter feedback The series is also supported by comprehensive online resources that allow you to track your progress during the run-up to exams. www.routledge.com/cw/optimizelawrevisionToday, a decision or action will be regarded as a#39;illegala#39; if it is contrary to EU law ( see Chapter 2) or the European ... Modern grounds ofJR now include: Illegality ( common law grounds) Irrationality (common law grounds i.e. Wednesbury a#39; unreasonablenessa#39; and statutory ... The applicants, a trade union and six individuals, soughtJudicial Review ofthe ministera#39;s instruction on the ground that ... Glidewell J granted the applicants a declaration that the instruction was invalid and of no effect.
|Title||:||Optimize Public Law|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2014-02-18|