The fourth edition of Constitutional Law, Administrative Law and Human Rights covers all of the core elements of both the Constitutional and Administrative Law syllabi, making it an ideal text for use on the LLB or CPE. It also includes substantial coverage of human rights issues. Written in an engaging narrative style, the book draws heavily from the political science, historical and comparative dimensions of the subject, thus locating it more firmly in its wider context than other available texts. Online Resource Centre The Online Resource Centre provides a fully linked online casebook to accompany the main text which contains edited versions of leading relevant cases, updated twice annually.
Table of Contents
1. Defining the Constitution; 2. Parliamentary Sovereignty; 3. The Rule of Law and the Separation of Powers; 4. The Royal Prerogative; 5. The House of Commons; 6. The House of Lords; 7. The Electoral System; 8. Parliamentary Privilege; 9. Constitutional Conventions; 10. Local Government - 1: Conventional Pluralism?; 11. Local Government 2: Legal Authoritarianism?; 12. The European Economic Community 1957-1986; 13. The European Community After the Single European Act; 14. Substantive Grounds of Judicial Review: Illegality, Irrationality and Proportionality; 15. Procedural Grounds of Judicial Review; 16. Order 53 and the Application for Judicial Review; 17. Locus Standi; 18. Human Rights and Civil Liberties I: Traditional Perspectives; 19. Human Rights and Civil Liberties II: Emergent Principles; 20. Human Rights and Civil Liberties III: New Substantive Grounds of Review; 21. Human Rights and Civil Liberties IV: the Human Rights Act 1998; 22. Scots and Welsh Devolution; 23. Conclusion - Entrenchment of Fundamental Law Revisited; Bibliography; Index
Ian Loveland is Professor of Law at City University.