The Constitutional Foundations of Judicial Review

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  • Author : Mark Elliott
  • Publisher : Hart Publishing
  • Pages : 260 pages
  • ISBN : 1841131806
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Political Foundations of Judicial Supremacy

Political Foundations of Judicial Supremacy
  • Author : Keith E. Whittington
  • Publisher : Princeton University Press
  • Release : 09 March 2009
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Should the Supreme Court have the last word when it comes to interpreting the Constitution? The justices on the Supreme Court certainly seem to think so--and their critics say that this position threatens democracy. But Keith Whittington argues that the Court's justices have not simply seized power and circumvented politics. The justices have had power thrust upon them--by politicians, for the benefit of politicians. In this sweeping political history of judicial supremacy in America, Whittington shows that presidents and political

Intention Supremacy and the Theories of Judicial Review

Intention  Supremacy and the Theories of Judicial Review
  • Author : John McGarry
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 28 July 2016
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In the late 1980s, a vigorous debate began about how we may best justify, in constitutional terms, the English courts’ jurisdiction to judicially review the exercise of public power derived from an Act of Parliament. Two rival theories emerged in this debate, the ultra vires theory and the common law theory. The debate between the supporters of these two theories has never satisfactorily been resolved and has been criticised as being futile. Yet, the debate raises some fundamental questions about

Desperately Seeking Certainty

Desperately Seeking Certainty
  • Author : Daniel A. Farber,Suzanna Sherry
  • Publisher : University of Chicago Press
  • Release : 01 March 2004
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Irreverent, provocative, and engaging, Desperately Seeking Certainty attacks the current legal vogue for grand unified theories of constitutional interpretation. On both the Right and the Left, prominent legal scholars are attempting to build all of constitutional law from a single foundational idea. Dan Farber and Suzanna Sherry find that in the end no single, all-encompassing theory can successfully guide judges or provide definitive or even sensible answers to every constitutional question. Their book brilliantly reveals how problematic foundationalism is and

Philosophical Foundations of Constitutional Law

Philosophical Foundations of Constitutional Law
  • Author : University Professor of Law and Philosophy David Dyzenhaus,Malcolm Thorburn
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Release : 04 February 2016
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Constitutional law has been and remains an area of intense philosophical interest, and yet the debate has taken place in a variety of different fields with very little to connect them. In a collection of essays bringing together scholars from several constitutional systems and disciplines, Philosophical Foundations of Constitutional Law unites the debate in a study of the philosophical issues at the very foundations of the idea of a constitution: why one might be necessary; what problems it must address;

Judicial Review of Administrative Discretion in the Administrative State

Judicial Review of Administrative Discretion in the Administrative State
  • Author : Jurgen de Poorter,Ernst Hirsch Ballin,Saskia Lavrijssen
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 07 June 2019
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This book deals with one of the greatest challenges for the judiciary in the 21st century. It reflects on the judiciary’s role in reviewing administrative discretion in the administrative state; a role that can no longer solely be understood from the traditional doctrine of the Trias Politica. Traditionally, courts review acts of administrative bodies implying a degree of discretion with quite some restraint. Typically it is reviewed whether the decision is non-arbitrary or whether there is no manifest error

Administrative Law and Policy

Administrative Law and Policy
  • Author : John M. Scheb (II),Hemant Sharma
  • Publisher : Carolina Academic Press
  • Release : 11 January 2021
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"This new book provides a comprehensive introduction to American law governing the administrative and regulatory activities of public agencies. In addition to covering agency rulemaking, administrative adjudication, and judicial review of agency action, Administrative Law and Policy encompasses the constitutional foundations of administrative law as well as the statutory framework within which administrative agencies operate. It also includes a short history of the administrative state, taking note of key statutes, executive actions, and judicial decisions. The book also covers rights

A Reasonable Public Servant Constitutional Foundations of Administrative Conduct in the United States

A Reasonable Public Servant  Constitutional Foundations of Administrative Conduct in the United States
  • Author : Lily Xiao Hong Lee,David H. Rosenbloom
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 04 February 2015
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An essential text for PA courses on Human Resource Management as well as Public Management and Law, this book illuminates the role of the reasonable public servant, who strives to perform authorized functions efficiently, yet in a manner that aligns with constitutional values embodied in the Bill of Rights. "A Reasonable Public Servant" provides a comprehensive review of Supreme Court opinions in explaining the reasonable conduct of a public servant and the development of clearly established constitutional and statutory rights

New Media and Freedom of Expression

New Media and Freedom of Expression
  • Author : András Koltay
  • Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
  • Release : 25 July 2019
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The principles of freedom of expression have been developed over centuries. How are they reserved and passed on? How can large internet gatekeepers be required to respect freedom of expression and to contribute actively to a diverse and plural marketplace of ideas? These are key issues for media regulation, and will remain so for the foreseeable decades. The book starts with the foundations of freedom of expression and freedom of the press, and then goes on to explore the general

The Sovereignty of Law

The Sovereignty of Law
  • Author : T. R. S. Allan
  • Publisher : OUP Oxford
  • Release : 18 July 2013
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In The Sovereignty of Law, Trevor Allan presents an accessible introduction to his influential common law constitutional theory - an account of the unwritten constitution as a complex articulation of legal and moral principles. The British constitution is conceived as a coherent set of fundamental principles of the rule of law, legislative supremacy, and separation of powers. These principles combine to provide an overarching unity of legality, legitimacy, and democracy, reconciling political authority with individual freedom. Drawing on the work