Summary and Info
This book seeks to provide students at the undergraduate level with a comprehensive and accessible statement of principles of Administrative Law. The emphasis of the text is on judicial review of administrative action. The impact of EU law in this context is considered in depth. Reference is also made to the European Convention on Human Rights as an instrument for controlling the exercise of government power. The book seeks to draw links with Constitutional Law as neccessary to provide an informed study of Administrative Law.
More About the Author
The David Stott Building is a class-A office building located at 1150 Griswold Street (corner of Griswold and State Streets) in Downtown Detroit, Michigan, within the Capitol Park Historic District.
Review and Comments
Rate the Book
Principles Of Administrative Law 0 out of 5 stars based on 0 ratings.