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Administrative law 306 (6 points)
Leader: Mr John Howe/Mr Matthew Groves
Synopsis: Basic concepts/principles of Administrative Law. Structure of government administration. Privatisation of administrative services. Sources of administrative discretions. Systems which have developed for the review of actions of administrative agencies. Scope of administrative law remedies. Examines/compares grounds of judicial review at common law with statutory forms of the grounds in relation to distinctions between legality and merits review and errors of law and fact, concepts of statutory and administrative discretion and justiciability. Students will develop skills to be able to solve administrative law problems. The course will evaluate administrative law systems that have developed.
Assessment: Option 1: Final examination (2 hours plus 30 minutes reading/noting time) containing multi-issue problem(s) (Part A of Option 2): 60% + research assignment (3000 words): 40% OR Option 2: Final examination (3 hours plus 30 minutes reading/noting time) containing multi-issue problem(s) (Part A): 60% and an essay question (Part B): 40%.
Contact Hours: Four hours of lectures per week and one 1-hour tutorial each fortnight
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