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The Unfortunate Triumph of Form over Substance in Canadian Administrative Law

Abstract The standard of review analysis for judicial review of administrative action developed over the course of four decades by the Supreme Court of Canada had two important features. First, it provided something of a bulwark against interventionist judges, thereby protecting the autonomy of administrative decision-makers and promoting deference. Secondly, it was unrelentingly substantive, rather […] Read more


Hogan and Morgan’s Administrative Law in Ireland

For 25 years, Hogan and Morgan has been the leading work on administrative law and judicial review in Ireland. The fourth edition covers: Fair procedures including the rule against bias and audi alteram partem; Review of discretionary powers, with the doctrines of reasonableness and proportionality and the impact of    constitutional rights; Judicial review practice […] Read more