Supperstone, Goudie & Walker: Judicial Review Sixth edition
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Now in its sixth edition, Supperstone, Goudie & Walker: Judicial Review provides an authoritative and comprehensive text on the entire law of judicial review. Fully updated, this title provides a thorough, detailed analysis of this complex area of law from a team of judicial review experts.
It contains an essential account of relevant cases and examples of the application of the general principles, covering the law of judicial review in a number of areas, including local government, town and country planning, immigration and housing and social security.
Supperstone, Goudie & Walker: Judicial Review gives the depth and expertise of guidance needed to enable practitioners to advise and make decisions with complete confidence.
Updates within this edition:
* discusses the effect of the Supreme Court's decision in Moseley on the content of the duty to consult
* tackles the latest developments on the Brexit litigation
* includes valuable commentary on the new procedural rules effective since 2015
* incorporates the new restrictions on remedies imposed by the Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015