Jonathan Auburn’s book ‘Judicial Review – Principles and Procedure’ named book of the month

Jonathan Auburn’s book ‘Judicial Review – Principles and Procedure’ named book of the month


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Hammicks Bookshop has named ‘Judicial Review – Principles and Procedure’, co-authored by Jonathan Auburn, as its ‘book of the month’ for April.

Hammicks describes the book as a “definitive work (which) provides a fresh treatment of the substantive law and procedural issues involved in bringing and defending claims for judicial review. It offers clear and complete guidance on this complex area and has been carefully structured to provide comprehensive and practical analysis of each successive stage of a claim.”

OUP (the publishers) say “this definitive new work provides unrivalled analysis and guidance on the law of judicial review”.

The book is a major new work covering all of the substantive grounds of review, and is carefully structured to provide comprehensive and practical guidance on each successive stage of a claim, including chapters on remedies, discretion and costs.

The book also contains detailed analysis of emerging grounds of review, such as:

  • Error of fact.
  • Public sector equality duties.
  • Delay on the part of public bodies.
  • The latest developments in procedural fairness.

To see the book on the Hammicks website please click here.

For a flyer from OUP offering a 20% discount please click here.


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