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LAW6104 Further Administrative Law

Note: Restricted to final year students. 

Description

From a public law perspective, this module explores grievances against public bodies– why they arise, how they are made and the various mechanisms through which they are handled. The focus will mainly be on non-court mechanisms, including internal complaints systems, mediation and other forms of ADR, appeals to tribunals, the role of ombudsmen and public inquiries. In addition, the module will examine the impacts that judicial review has on public bodies. The approach will be mainly socio-legal (looking at 'law in action') rather than the doctrinal study of legal rules.

Credits

15

Assessment

100 per cent exam

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