NSW Administrative Law

NSW Administrative Law

By Mark Robinson, Juliet LUCY


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Date: 09/08/2012

Code: 30114335

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"Comprehensive, focused, written with clarity and follows a logical format" - Justice Margaret Beazley AO, President of the New South Wales Court of Appeal.
NSW Administrative Law is the only dedicated subscription publication dealing with the practice and procedure of administrative law in NSW. 
Author Mark Robinson SC, of the NSW Bar and former Judicial Member of the Administrative Decisions Tribunal, ensures that he and his contributors promptly respond to developments in the law.
Commentary on the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 is provided by officers of the State Crown Solicitor’s Office and valuable commentary on Privacy Law by Dr Juliet Lucy. The coverage of privacy in the service addresses the growing need for State agency awareness of stringent State privacy requirements.
The service brings together all the essential information, analysis and the full text of relevant legislation to the review of State executive decisions by merits, judicial and Parliamentary review. It provides detailed commentary on the common law regime of judicial review in the NSW Supreme Court and Court of Appeal, as well as discussing the provisions set out by the Administrative Decisions Review Act 1997. The logical format, numerous time-saving precedents and forms plus the easy-to-read commentary, make your research quicker and easier.
* Subscription price includes 12 months of updating releases. Further updates invoiced separately.

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