Judicial Review and Compliance with Administrative Law Simon Halliday pdf free download

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Judicial Review and Compliance with Administrative Law Simon Halliday pdf free download

Judicial Review and Compliance with Administrative Law Simon Halliday pdf free download. THIS BOOK IS about the relationship between judicial and administrative decision-making. Its aim is to set out a framework for thinking about the extent to which judicial review litigation influences administrative behaviour and is capable of securing compliance with the requirements of administrative law (as expounded through judicial review). This work has emerged from an empirical investigation of routine local government decision-making (administering English homelessness law).

Judicial Review and Compliance with Administrative Law Simon Halliday pdf free download

The analytical framework presented in this book, accordingly, is rooted in a sociological understanding of how these agencies worked, how they understood law and their experiences of judicial review, and the significance of those understandings to their daily, routine (and often mundane) working practices. The book sits comfortably within an emerging body of work within UK administrative law scholarship which explores the impact of judicial review on administrative behaviour.

Judicial Review and Compliance with Administrative Law Simon Halliday pdf free download

However, the approach taken here avoids the attempt to describe the ‘impact’ of judicial review on the government agencies1 which took part in the study. The task of linking cause and effect in tracing the relationship between judicial review and administrative behaviour is fraught with difficulty at both a micro (Halliday, 1998; Sunkin, 2004) and macro level (Schultz and Gottlieb, 1998). How does one isolate, for example, the influence of judicial review from among the many, at times chaotic, pressures within the administrative arena? Further, even if one manages such a task, when does one give up in tracking the impact? These kinds of questions illustrate the considerable difficulty involved in trying to capture the ‘impact’ of judicial review.

Judicial Review and Compliance with Administrative Law Simon Halliday pdf free download

Accordingly, an alternative approach is taken in this book: it is to speculate about the conditions and factors which mediate the influence of judicial review judgments on administrative behaviour. Or, to put it another way, this books sets out to explore the barriers to judicial review’s influence over the administration. Most of these barriers relate to the decision-makers within government and the environment in which they work.

Judicial Review and Compliance with Administrative Law Simon Halliday pdf free download

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