This is the companion website for Constitutional and Administrative Law . This title is now firmly established as one of the leading undergraduate textbooks on Public law. This new edition is published at a time of continuing constitutional development and reform. Membership of the European Union has expanded from fifteen to twenty-five states. House of Lords reform is ongoing, and the office of Lord Chancellor has been reformed. The Constitutional Reform Act 2005 establishes a new Supreme Court and introduces a new system of judicial appointments. Other significant areas of reform discussed include the police and police powers, asylum and immigration law and the law relating to state security.
What you will find on this web site
- About the Book: Read a full description of the latest edition as well as a full contents listing and information about the author, Hilaire Barnett
- Resources: Click here to access a series of Multiple Choice Questions to test your knowledge and understanding, as well as a set of problem and essay questions to give you invaluable exam practice. Lecturers will also find a useful set of PowerPoints of the diagrams contained within the text. The Resources area also lists a range of other websites of interest related to Public Law, and provides access to the latest articles on Constitutional and Administrative Law from the Student Law Review.
- Updates: Keep on track with the latest developments in Constitutional & Administrative Law by reading Hilaire Barnett's twice-yearly updates
- Related Titles: Peruse the latest related titles published by Routledge-Cavendish
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