Judicial Review Vol 15 No 1, 2010
The first issue of Judicial Review for 2010 has now been published. Papers featured in this exciting issue include:
Practice and Procedure in the New Supreme Court - CJS Knight
A Case for Confirmation Hearings for Appointment to the New Supreme Court - Alexander Horne
Public Interest Interventions in the Supreme Court: Ten Virtues - Michael Fordham QC
The Crown's Common Law Powers - Richard McManus QC
What the Crown May Do - John Howell QC
Founding Legitimate Expectations on Unincorporated Treaties - Sanjay Patel
Echoes of the Chevron Doctrine in English Law? - Lucy Hallam-Eames
Public Law Defences in Possession Proceedings - Nik Nicol
Security for Costs and (Un)Incorporated Claimants - Cain Ormondroyd
Administrative Court Office Fees Update
Book Review: Richard Moules, Actions Against Public Officials: Legitimate Expectations, Misstatements and Misconduct - Estelle Dehon
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