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The Appeal of Internal Review Law, Administrative Justice and the (non-) emergence of disputes by David Cowan and Simon Halliday pdf download

The Appeal of Internal Review Law, Administrative Justice and the (non-) emergence of disputes by David Cowan and Simon Halliday pdf download. This book is born out of a discussion at the Socio-Legal Studies Association annual conference in 1999 (in Loughborough) between Dave Cowan, Caroline Hunter and Simon Halliday. We all had an interest in homelessness, law, administrative justice and decision-making, and had a background in researching these issues. In particular, Dave had done some early work about informal internal appeal systems which had been developed in the early 1990s in homelessness cases.

The Appeal of Internal Review Law, Administrative Justice and the (non-) emergence of disputes by David Cowan and Simon Halliday pdf download

Caroline and Dave together had conducted a survey of local authorities in 1998 which demonstrated a cause for concern in that few homelessness applicants were using the (then) new internal review system under the Housing Act 1996. After our discussion at the conference we decided to resurrect a proposal for funding and set in train a research programme.

The Appeal of Internal Review Law, Administrative Justice and the (non-) emergence of disputes by David Cowan and Simon Halliday pdf download

A number of research questions emerged, but the overriding concerns were to seek to understand why a few unsuccessful homelessness applicants pursue their grievances, and the vast majority do not. This book provides a set of findings about this which we hope will be useful for future research and policy development in the field of social welfare and administrative justice. The research took place in two local authorities in England, which we call ‘Southfield’ and ‘Brisford’.

The Appeal of Internal Review Law, Administrative Justice and the (non-) emergence of disputes by David Cowan and Simon Halliday pdf download

They are discussed in chapters three and four respectively. We are grateful for their willingness to take part in the research, their openness during it, and their discussion of our findings after it. We also interviewed 94 people who had made homelessness applications. Their experience forms the bulk of the rest of this book. We are grateful to them for sharing that experience with us. Thanks are also due to the local solicitors and advice workers in the two sites who were also prepared to be interviewed.

The Appeal of Internal Review Law, Administrative Justice and the (non-) emergence of disputes by David Cowan and Simon Halliday pdf download

The Appeal of Internal Review Law, Administrative Justice and the (non-) emergence of disputes by David Cowan and Simon Halliday pdf download

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