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Artificial Administration in Action: the Robo-Debt Scandal

This is the second post in a series. The introductory post is here. In Bureaucratic Justice: Managing Social Security Disability Claims,[1] Professor Jerry Mashaw set out three influential “models” of administrative justice. Further iterations have been suggested by Michael Adler[3] and Robert Kagan,[4] but for present purposes Mashaw’s models are sufficient. A bureaucratic rationality model […] Read more

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The Future of Substantive Review in English Administrative Law: R (Gallaher Group Ltd) v Competition and Markets Authority [2019] AC 96

The UK Supreme Court’s decision in R (Gallaher Group Ltd) v Competition and Markets Authority [2019] AC 96 has already spawned a large literature (for open-access commentary, see e.g. Mark Elliott and Joanna Bell). I noted the case when it was decided last summer but did not have much to say, treating it, first, as […] Read more