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Administrative justice in the 21st century

Author: Michael Harris; Martin Partington
Publisher: Oxford : Hart Publishing, 1999
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Michael Harris and Martin Partington: Background to the conference

Part 1: Initial Decision-Taking, Review and Appeals: General Issues

1. Terence G. Ison: Administrative Justice: Is it Such a Good Idea?

The undermining of collective interests

The impairment of efficiency

2. Michael Harris: The Place of Formal and Informal Review in the

The objections to formal review

3. Judge David Pearl: Immigration and Asylum Appeals and Administrative

The present system and its defects

4. Linda Mulcahy: Sliding Scales of justice at the End of the Century - A

Top down and bottom up approaches to complaints

The sliding scales of natural justice

Is there a Plimsoll line?

Recognition of other models

Part 2: The New Administrative Law: The Citizens Charter, Ombudsmen and

Other Developments for the Resolution of Complaints

5. Alan Page: The Citizens Charter and Administrative justice

6. Tom Williams & Tamara Goriely: A Question of Numbers: Managing

Complaints Against Rising Expectations

The development of complaints handling

Trends since 1983: managing rising expectations

7. David Clark & Jane Pearson: Regulating Open Government: A Comparative

Study of the UK and Canadian Regimes

The discourse and practice of open government

The ombudsman and open government

The institutional design of FOI: the lessons of the Canadian experience

8. Michael Harris (ed.): The Ombudsman and Administrative Justice

The ombudsman as "tomorrow's court" [Holland]

Ombudsman or tribunal? The ombudsman as an adjudicative mechanism [Farrand]

Defining the relationship between the courts and a public sector ombudsman

Private sector ombudsmen and the public interest [Merricks]

Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? The problem of proliferation [Barnes]

What makes an ombudsman work? [Quinn]

9. Michael Harris (ed.): New Procedures

The role and function of the adjudicator's office [Rein and Lally]

The independent monitor model [Anson]

10. Christa Christensen, Suzanne Day & Jane Worthington: Complaint Handling

By Solicitors: Practice Rule 15 - Waving or Drowning?

Part 3: Collective Administrative Justice

11. Aileen McHarg: Separation of Functions and Regulatory Agencies: Dispute

Resolution in the Privatised Utilities

The place of dispute resolution in utility regulation

Internal separation of functions - US proceduralism and UK pragmatism

Dispute resolution procedures - the current position

Conclusions and recommendations for reform

12. Julia Black: Talking About Regulation

The reasons for conversations

Justifying conversations: conversations and responsiveness

Part 4: Recent Research

1. Richard Young, Nick Wikeley & Gwynn Davis: Child Support Appeal

Tribunals: The Appellant's Perspective

Review and appeals under the Child Support Act 1991

Child support appeal tribunals

Who are the appellants before child support appeal tribunals?

Tribunals as an area to resolve disputes between parents

Maintaining order at appeal hearings

14. Neville Harris: The Developing Role and Structure of the Education

Appeal System in England and Wales

Education reform and redress of grievance

The special education needs tribunal

15. Caroline Sheppard & John Raine: Parking Adjudications: The Impact of

The role of IT

The impact of an IT-oriented adjudication system

Part 5: The Influence of Human Rights on Administrative justice

16. Margaret Allars: Human Rights, Ukases and Merits Review Tribunals: The

Impact of Teoh's Case on the Administrative Appeals Tribunal in Australia

Merits review prior to Teoh's case

Application of Teoh's case

Infiltration of human rights: beyond Teoh's case

17. Rosemary Lyster: The Effect of a Constitutionally Protected Right to

The South African consitutional provision

The need for constitutional protection: South African administrative law in

What is administrative action?

The right to just administrative action

Administrative justice and "promoting an efficient administration"

Privatisation and judicial review

18. Stephen Oliver: Human Rights and Hand-Rolling Tobacco: The Right to

The case of Mr Hodgson

Part 6: Management and Training

19. Godfrey Cole: Maintaining judicial Standards in the Independent

20. Chris Shepley: Recruitment, Training and the Monitoring of Quality in

Introduction: the planning inspectorate

21. Michael Adler: The Selection, Training and Monitoring of Lay Tribunal

Members (With Special Reference to the independent Tribunal Service)

Justifications for lay participation in tribunal decision making

Selection, training and monitoring in 1988 (Scottish Consumer Council

Part 7: Future Developments

22. Roy Sainsbury: The Reform of Social Security Adjudication

Current models of adjudication and appeals

The case for change

The proposals for reforming appeals

23. Brian Thompson: Administrative justice: Towards the Millennium, Towards

An integrated system for administrative justice?

Part 8: System Monitoring and Overview

24. Lord Archer of Sandwell: The Role of the Council on Tribunals

The Council on Tribunals: consultation, advice, special initiative and

25 Alan Robertson: Monitoring Developments in Administrative law: The

Role of the Australian Administrative Review Council

The Australian administrative law system

The role of the Administrative Review Council

The benefit of a separate and permanent administrative law advisory body

The functions of the council

The changing nature of government

Future work of the council and final word

26. Douglas Lewis: Filling in the Gaps: A Standing Administrative

Conference for the United Kingdom

Why do we need a new body?

From recipe to menu

Back to the UK

27. Martin Parrington: Future Developments

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Harris; Martin Partington
ISBN: 1901362663 9781901362664
OCLC Number: 474534756
Notes: Contents:
Introduction
Themes and issues
Conclusion
Primary adjudication
Democracy
Political realities
System reform
Proposals
Conclusions
Administrative Justice System
Matters of terminology
Observations and conclusions
Justice
International law
Domestic law
The initial decision
Adjudicators' response
The broader questions
Cause for Complaints
What are complaints?
Whose standards?
Developing responsive principles
The Charter
Standards
Complaints procedures
Systems improvement
[Thomas]
Internal review [Scampion]
The research
The findings
Conclusions and recommendations
Appendices
Forms of conversation
Problems with conversations
Structuring conversations
Research methodology
Advice and Representation
Education appeal committees
New Technology
Parking adjudicators
Teoh's case
just Administrative Action
decay
a Fair hearing
General observations
Tribunal Service
Background
Training
Evaluation
Monitoring
The future
the Planning Inspectorate
Recruitment
Initial training
Continuing training
study)
Training in 1995
Evaluating the reforms
Discussion and conclusion
Integration?
Mapping the terrain
Emerging trends
training
A brief history
The overseas experience
Proposal
Description: xxxiii, 585 p.

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