Natural Justice and the High Court of Australia: A Study in Common Law Constitutionalism
The original thesis of this book is that, in Australia, "natural justice" has become an aspect of constitutional rather than administrative law. This view of procedural justice is developed in the context of UK and Commonwealth law in a way that brings both historical and doctrinal research to bear on important contemporary issues in judicial review.
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The Idea of Natural Justice
Judicial Review in the Planned State
The Twilight of Natural Justice?
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