Key Facts: Constitutional & Administrative Law
Published September 24th 2010 by Routledge – 192 pages
Series: Key Facts
Key Facts is the essential revision series for anyone studying law, including LLB, ILEX and post-graduate conversion courses.
The Key Facts series provides the simplest and most effective way for you to absorb and retain the essential facts needed to pass your exams effortlessly.
Key features include:
* Diagrams at the start of chapters to summarise the key points
* Structured heading levels to allow for clear recall of the main facts
* Charts and tables to break down more complex information
New to these editions is an improved text design making the books easier read and the facts easier to retain.
Key Facts books are supported by the website www.unlockingthelaw.co.uk where you will find extensive revision materials including MCQs and Key Q&As.
'This book is nothing short of excellent. The layout is superb, the language is clear and precise and it contains everything required for an LLB/GDL student. I found this much more helpful than the majority of notes from lectures and as a bonus it contains helpful diagrams, charts and explanatory summaries that condensed 7 months into a few readings. I bought this book thinking it would be suitable back-up for my core texts, and instead it became the key text for the course. Also, it's significantly cheaper than other revision guides and textbooks.'
Introduction to constitutions
The sources of constitutional law
Fundamental constitutional concepts
The supremacy of Parliament
The executive and executive accountability
The royal prerogative
The Civil Service and open government
Membership of the European Union
Human Rights and the Human Rights Act 1998
Freedom of the person, association and assembly
Judicial review: jurisdiction, procedure and remedies
The grounds for judicial review
Joanne Sellick LLB LLM is Associate Professor at the University of Plymouth with over sisteen years' experience in teaching law students. She is the author of Key Cases: Constitutional and Administrative Law