By Richard Clements and Jane Kay
- Written by lecturers with a wide experience of setting and marking examinations for degree and CPE courses
- Includes all the topics inclued in undergraduate and CPE courses
- Deals with both essay and problem type questions
- Part of the relaunched Blackstone Q&A series - featuring a new modern, user friendly text design
- This new edition also includes bullet point answer plans, further reading at the end of every chapter, and diagrams illuminating key points of the subject
- Helps students to make the best of their knowledge and impress examiners
- Fully revised and updated covering all aspects of change in the subject.
- A valuable revision aid for students
Examination questions in constitutional and administrative law can seem particularly daunting to students. Constitutional and administrative law is one of the core subjects taken by all law students and by students on a variety of other law courses. This book is intended as a revision aid for students and will help students to adopt the appropriate style to answer assessment questions. It covers all the topics likely to be included in any constitutional law course, from constitutional theory to judicial review This book shows how to successfully tackle the sort of problems and essay questions frequently found in examination papers, with advice on how answers should be structured.
Written by experienced lecturers, the series covers all the topics found on law degree courses, CPE courses, and other undergraduate courses where law is an essential element.
Each title is divided into chapters covering each major topic and contains up to 50 questions and answers. Each chapter has an introduction focusing on important points and suggestions for further reading. Each question is followed by clear commentary highlighting the essential elements of each question and indicating exactly what the examiners are looking for. This new edition also contains bullet pointed answer plans listing the main issues to be raised in each chapter, further reading at the end of every chapter, and diagrams illuminating key points to provide students with instant confidence
Preface Table of Cases Table of Statutes 1. Introduction 2. The nature and sources of constitutional law 3. Parliamentary supremacy 4. The Royal perogative 5. Parliament 6. Prime Minister and cabinet 7. The Human Rights Act 1998 8. Freedom to protest 9. Freedom of speech 10. Administrative Law: Extra-Judicial Redress 11. Administrative Law: Judicial Review 12. Public Authority Proceedings Index