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Supperstone, Goudie & Walker: Judicial Review Seventh edition
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Last published six years ago, Supperstone, Goudie & Walker: Judicial Review provides an updated authoritative and comprehensive text on the entire law of judicial review. This seventh edition provides a thorough, detailed analysis of this complex area of law from a team of judicial review experts.
What’s new for this edition:
- Considers the impact of the Judicial Review and Courts Act 2022, which introduced important changes to practice and procedure, including suspended quashing orders and new restrictions on availability of judicial review, and the implications of Brexit.
- Significant case law since the last edition, including the Miller cases (2017) and (2019) and the government response; Privacy International (2019) and Begum (2021); significant cases on devolution.
- Heavy updates on several chapters to bring them up to date, such as Discretion and Duty: The Limits of Legality, The Human Rights Act, Judicial Review and Devolution.
Being the most recent title on judicial review, this title is essential for barristers and lawyers practising public law.