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Administrative justice in Wales and comparative perspectives

Author: Sarah Marie Nason
Publisher: Cardiff : University of Wales Press, 2017. ©2017.
Series: The public law of Wales
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Administrative Justice is about public decision-making and the relationship between citizen and state in areas such as health, education, welfare and planning. It includes the law that applies to  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
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Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sarah Marie Nason
ISBN: 9781786831392 1786831392
OCLC Number: 1033720821
Notes: Articles dérivés de la conférence tenue à la Bangor University en septembre 2015.
Description: xvii, 410 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: List of FiguresList of TablesIntroduction: Administrative Justice in Wales and Comparative Perspectives Sarah Nason.............................................................................................PART 1Welsh Legislation and Administrative Justice 1. Implications for Administrative Justice of Wales' Unique Child Rights LawsJane Williams...............................................................................................................2. The Housing (Wales) Act: What's Philosophy got to do with it?Helen Taylor.................................................................................................................3. Administrative Justice and the Welsh Language (Wales) Measure 2011Catrin Fflur Huws...........................................................................PART 2Welsh Commissioners and Administrative Justice4. Language Commissioners and their IndependenceDiarmait Mac Giolla Chriost ...............................................................5. The Children's Commissioner for Wales and the Older People's Commissioner for Wales and the Administrative Justice SystemAnn Sherlock and John Williams............................................................PART 3Administrative Justice Within and Across the UK: New Developments in Tribunals and Ombudsmanry6. Opportunities and Constraints: Reflections on Reforming Administrative Justice Within and Across the UKBrian Thompson............................................................................... 7. Current Developments in UK Tribunals: Challenges for Administrative JusticeRobert Thomas.................................................................................8. Building a Welsh Jurisdiction through Administrative JusticeHuw Pritchard.................................................................................PART 4Comparative Perspectives on Administrative justice 9. The Administrative Court and Administrative Law in Wales and Comparative PerspectivesSarah Nason and David Gardner...........................................................10. The Shaping of Federal Administrative Justice in Belgium: Recasting Citizens-administration RelationshipsYseult Marique.................................................................................11. Amalgamation of Tribunals: Whether 'tis Better ... ?Robin Creyke..............................................................................................................12. Administrative Justice Without Lawyers? Unrepresented Parties in Australian TribunalsMatthew Groves..............................................................................13. Maintaining Administrative Justice in the Dutch Regulatory Welfare StateAlbterjan Tollenaar...........................................................................SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY......................................................................
Series Title: The public law of Wales
Responsibility: edited by Sarah Nason.

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