Administrative Tribunals and Adjudication

[Peter Cane] À Administrative Tribunals and Adjudication ☆ Download Online eBook or Kindle ePUB. Administrative Tribunals and Adjudication It analyzes and offers an account of the concept of administrative adjudication, and traces its historical development from the earliest periods of the common law to the 21st century. Their main function is to adjudicate disputes between citizens and the state by reviewing decisions of government agencies - a function also performed by courts in judicial review proceedings and appeals. This wide-ranging book-length treatment of the subject compares tribunals in three major jurisdictions: the US,

Administrative Tribunals and Adjudication

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Rating : 4.74 (732 Votes)
Asin : 1849460914
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 311 Pages
Publish Date : 2013-09-13
Language : English

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Arnold said Too unfocused to provide useful insights. I read Administrative Tribunals and Adjudication because I had heard it was a comparative analysis of administrative adjudication. Broadly speaking, it is such a study, but one that unfortunately suffers from a lack of focus and readability. It doesn't look quite so much at administrative a

. Peter Cane is Distinguished Professor and Director of the John Fleming Centre for Advancement of Legal Research at the Australian National University College of Law

Hume Law and Politics Book Review April 6, 2010 The book is clearly and elegantly structured into seven chapters each analysing a different aspect of tribunals. Robert Thomas The Cambridge Law Journal Volume 70, Part 1 . Michael Adler Journal of Law and Society Volume 37, Number 3, 2010 Professor Cane's excellent book helps to redress the lack of academic attention paid to administrative tribunals.This is an outstanding account of Australian tribunal adjudication and its place in the regime of administrative decision-making and law. 2 Administrative Tribunals and Adjudication is a work of considerable scholarship, which throws new light on an important set of institutions that have not hitherto received the at

It analyzes and offers an account of the concept of administrative adjudication, and traces its historical development from the earliest periods of the common law to the 21st century. Their main function is to adjudicate disputes between citizens and the state by reviewing decisions of government agencies - a function also performed by courts in judicial review proceedings and appeals. This wide-ranging book-length treatment of the subject compares tribunals in three major jurisdictions: the US, the UK, and Australia. Although tribunals in aggregate adjudicate many more such disputes than courts, tribunals and their role as dispensers of administrative justice receive relatively little scholarly attention. Administrative Tribunals and Adjudication - now in paperback - fills a significant gap in the literature and will be of great value to public lawyers and others interested in government accountability.. In much of the common law world, such institutions are called administrative tribunals. Among the many constitutional developments of the past century or so, one of the

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