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Thomson Reuters LawBriefs are an ideal companion to your studies in law. They include compact summaries of the law and unique diagrammatic explanations or mind maps in each chapter, which help you to understand complex legal concepts and how they relate to one another. Thomson Reuters LawBriefs present each subject area in a student friendly way to help you get the most out of your time studying. Each book in the series provides a succinct but substantive overview of the law, enabling you to study smarter, not longer. The LawBriefs Administrative Law contains 20 chapters across 4 parts. Doctrines and Concepts The Nature of Administrative Law Underlying Doctrines and Statutory Interpretation Basic Concepts: Jurisdiction Basic Concepts: Justiciability Basic Concepts: Standing Merits Review Merits Review Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) Facts and Evidence Ombudsman Judicial Review The Nature of Judicial Review The ADJR Act Natural Justice and the Hearing Rule Natural Justice: The Hearing Rule Develops Natural Justice: Legitimate Expectations? Natural Justice: The Rule Against Bias Grounds of Review: Discretionary Decisions Grounds of Review: Delegated Legislation (Legislative Instruments) Grounds of Review: Jurisdictional Errors Ousting Judicial Review Access to Information Reasons, FOI and Privacy
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