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Studying Review and Appeal Routes: R (Zahid) v The University of Manchester [2017] EWHC 188

Paul Daly March 21, 2017

The procedural intricacies of judicial review of administrative action can create pitfalls for the unwary. Various principles are relevant and sometimes they (seem to) come into conflict with one another. For instance, an applicant should exhaust alternative remedies before applying for judicial review, a principle that is of one with the general move in the […] Read more

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Voidness, Voidability, Values

Paul Daly March 10, 2017

Cross-posted from the Administrative Law Blog. There is a nice passage early on in Amnon Rubinstein’s Jurisdiction and Illegality (Oxford, Clarendon, 1965). Responding to a claim of Hans Kelsen that voidness is a monolithic concept and arguing instead for a distinction between unlawful decisions that are void and those that are merely voidable, Rubinstein writes […] Read more

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Dr. Paul Daly is University Senior Lecturer in Public Law, University of Cambridge and the Derek Bowett Fellow in Law at Queens' College, Cambridge. He came to Cambridge from the University of Montreal, where he was successively Assistant Professor, Associate Dean and Associate Professor, having previously worked at the University of Ottawa and Lerners LLP, Toronto.

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