Complete Public Law: Test Cases and Materials

Webley, L. and Samuels, H. 2009. Complete Public Law: Test Cases and Materials. Oxford, UK Oxford University Press.

TitleComplete Public Law: Test Cases and Materials
AuthorsWebley, L. and Samuels, H.
Abstract

Complete Public Law: Texts, Cases, and Materials combines clear explanatory text and practical learning features with extracts from a wide of primary and secondary materials. This book has been carefully structured with the needs of undergraduate courses in mind. Opening with consideration of basic constitutional principles (in which no previous knowledge is assumed), the authors move on to cover all other essential areas, before closing with extensive consideration of the principles and procedures of judicial review. The two-colour text design allows students to instantly identify the primary materials, and facilitates easy navigation around the book.

Year2009
PublisherOxford University Press
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Published2009
Place of publicationOxford, UK
ISBN9780199228270

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