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Public Law

Public Law
Author: Andrew Le Sueur
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Total Pages: 945
Release: 2019
Genre: Public law
ISBN: 0198820283

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Public Law Text, Cases, and Materials explores how the law works in practice. The key institutions, legal principles, and conventions that underpin the public law of the UK are brought to life through the inclusion of extracts from key sources, which are explained and critiqued by the authors.


Public Law Essentials

Public Law Essentials
Author: Jean McFadden
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
Total Pages: 160
Release: 2016-08-30
Genre: Law
ISBN: 0748698310

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Looking at the UK and Scotland, Public Law Essentials is an invaluable guide for law students throughout the United Kingdom and for practising lawyers needing a quick reference. From the monarchy to the UK and Scottish parliaments, and from judicial review to the parliamentary ombudsman, this fully updated second edition gives you all the coverage of public law that you need for your course, your exams and your practice. In particular, the Scots law sections have been updated in light of the Smith Commission and the Scotland Bill 2015-16. Handy reference sections include tables of cases, statues and conventions, and summaries of essential facts and cases.


Foundations of Public Law

Foundations of Public Law
Author: Martin Loughlin
Publisher: OUP Oxford
Total Pages: 528
Release: 2012-09-27
Genre: Law
ISBN: 0191648175

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Foundations of Public Law offers an account of the formation of the discipline of public law with a view to identifying its essential character, explaining its particular modes of operation, and specifying its unique task. Building on the framework first outlined in The Idea of Public Law (OUP, 2003), the book conceives public law broadly as a type of law that comes into existence as a consequence of the secularization, rationalization and positivization of the medieval idea of fundamental law. Formed as a result of the changes that give birth to the modern state, public law establishes the authority and legitimacy of modern governmental ordering. Public law today is a universal phenomenon, but its origins are European. Part I of the book examines the conditions of its formation, showing how much the concept borrowed from the refined debates of medieval jurists. Part II then examines the nature of public law. Drawing on a line of juristic inquiry that developed from the late sixteenth to the early nineteenth centuries-extending from Bodin, Althusius, Lipsius, Grotius, Hobbes, Spinoza, Locke and Pufendorf to the later works of Montesquieu, Rousseau, Kant, Fichte, Smith and Hegel-it presents an account of public law as a special type of political reason. The remaining three Parts unpack the core elements of this concept: state, constitution, and government. By taking this broad approach to the subject, Professor Loughlin shows how, rather than being viewed as a limitation on power, law is better conceived as a means by which public power is generated. And by explaining the way that these core elements of state, constitution, and government were shaped respectively by the technological, bourgeois, and disciplinary revolutions of the sixteenth century through to the nineteenth century, he reveals a concept of public law of considerable ambiguity, complexity and resilience.


The Max Planck Handbooks in European Public Law

The Max Planck Handbooks in European Public Law
Author: Armin von Bogdandy
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Total Pages: 721
Release: 2023-04-13
Genre: Law
ISBN: 019266204X

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The Max Planck Handbooks in European Public Law series describes and analyzes the public law of the European legal space, an area that encompasses not only the law of the European Union but also the European Convention on Human Rights and, importantly, the domestic public laws of European states. Recognizing that the ongoing vertical and horizontal processes of European integration render legal comparison the task of our time for both scholars and practitioners, the project aims to foster a better understanding of the specific European legal pluralism and, ultimately, to contribute to the legitimacy and efficiency of European public law. The first volume of the series began this endeavour with an appraisal of the evolution of the state and its administration, offering both cross-cutting contributions and specific country reports. The third volume (the second in chronological terms) continues this approach with an in-depth appraisal of constitutional adjudication in various and diverse European countries. Fourteen country reports and two cross-cutting contributions investigate the antecedents, foundations, organization, procedure, and specific approach to constitutional issues throughout the Continent. The fourth volume now compares European constitutional jurisdiction in the European legal space. It examines the structures of the organization, the appointment of judges, the procedures and the methods of argumentation and interpretation, their impact on state and society, their legitimacy as well as their role in the division of powers, and thus completes the picture following the country reports in Volume III. This comparative perspective is supplemented by an examination that illustrates the relationship with the ECJ, the ECtHR, and the Venice Commission as well as their (constitutional) function. Finally, Constitutional Adjudication: Common Themes and Challenges is devoted to the challenges constitutional jurisdiction in the European judicial area is currently facing. The historical, political, and theoretical foundations as well as the basic dogmatic features of constitutional jurisdiction are presented in such a way that the discussion about its role and further development in this legal space is sustainably stimulated.


Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance

Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance
Author:
Publisher:
Total Pages: 1120
Release: 2006
Genre: Economic assistance, Domestic
ISBN:

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Identifies and describes specific government assistance opportunities such as loans, grants, counseling, and procurement contracts available under many agencies and programs.


The Fundamental Concepts of Public Law

The Fundamental Concepts of Public Law
Author: Westel Woodbury Willoughby
Publisher:
Total Pages: 530
Release: 1931
Genre: Constitutional law
ISBN:

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Code of Federal Regulations

Code of Federal Regulations
Author:
Publisher:
Total Pages: 1044
Release: 2004
Genre: Administrative law
ISBN:

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The Foundations and Future of Public Law

The Foundations and Future of Public Law
Author: Elizabeth Fisher
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Total Pages: 481
Release: 2020-03-26
Genre: Law
ISBN: 0198845243

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Public law in the UK and EU has undergone seismic changes over the last forty years: development and membership of the EU, the Human Rights Act, devolution, the fostering of public law expertise within the judiciary, the globalization of public law, and the increased interaction between the academy, judiciary, barristers, public interest groups, and legislatures have transformed the public law landscape. Commentators spend much time at the frontiers of the subject, responding rapidly to new developments and providing guidance to scholars, legislators, and judges for future directions. In these circumstances, there is rarely a chance to reflect upon the implications of these changes for the fundamentals of public law and how those fundamentals relate to one another. In this collection, leading figures in UK and EU public law address this lacuna. Inspired by the depth, scope, and ambition of the work of Paul Craig, Professor of English Law at Oxford University, the focus of this collection is upon exploring and reflecting upon six fundamentals of public law and the interrelationship between them: legislation, case law, theory, institutions, process, and constitutions.