Constitutional and Administrative Law, Volume 1

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Pearson Longman, 2007 - Law - 872 pages
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Constitutional and Administrative Law maintains its reputation as the leading text in this dynamic area of the law. It is written to provide an authoritative account on public law in the United Kingdom and includes powers of the state, the work of government, and the liberties of the individual. The authors focus on essential principles, and throughout adopt a readable and well illustrated approach to aid students understanding of the subject. Full references to primary sources, books and scholarly articles provide an invaluable basis for studying the current law and a platform for further research.

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User Review  - Richard Ambrosio - Goodreads

One of the better books on British Constitutional law, I'm (re)reading this in conjunction with Peter Hogg's 'Constitutional Law of Canada'. Texts tend to focus on the federal division of powers and ... Read full review

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