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Administrative Law is an advanced module of Public Law. If you want to explore this exciting area of law in depth, you are advised to study this module with us because you will encounter many overlapping topics, such as judicial review, legislation, and human rights, from a brand new perspective. Taking this module and getting a good result will definitely enhance your employability. As an experienced legal educator, we know exactly what you should do to smash this module. Our high-performance law notes will fully prepare you for the exam and help you achieve academic success. See for yourself now.

Topics

1. Introduction
2. Theory of Administrative Law
3. Public Authorities
4. Legislation
5. Delegated Legislation
6. Rulemaking
7. Judicial Review
8. Procedures and Remedies
9. Illegality
10. Procedural Impropriety
11. Legitimate Expectation
12. Irrationality and Proportionality
13. Equality
14. Exclusion of Judicial Review
15. Ombudsmen
16. Tribunals
17. Public Inquiries
18. Administrative Liability
19. Impact of ECHR
20. Human Rights Act
21. Impact of EU Law

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