Government Accountability Sources and Materials 2nd Edition - Australian Administrative Law
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Number Of Pages: 508
Published: 8th June 2023
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 16 x 3
Weight (kg): 0.87
Edition Number: 2
Edition Type: Revised
Government Accountability Sources and Materials: Australian Administrative Law is designed to accompany the third edition of the textbook Government Accountability: Australian Administrative Law. Following the accessible structure of Government Accountability, this book guides students through the real-world operation of administrative law and demonstrates how multiple doctrines and mechanisms can interact in a single situation. Extracts from primary materials - including cases and legislation - provide a clear account of the facts, issues and statutory provisions considered by the courts, and are accompanied by relevant commentary.
This edition has been thoroughly updated to include recent significant cases such as Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Affairs v Viane (2021), Hocking v Director-General of the National Archives of Australia (2020) and MZAPC v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection (2021). Written by a team of experts, Government Accountability Sources and Materials: Australian Administrative Law is a fundamental and student-friendly introduction to administrative law in practice.
About the Authors
Dr Judith Bannister is a Professor of Law at Flinders University. Judith is the Teaching Program Director for Law in the College of Business, Government and Law at Flinders University and teaches and researches in Administrative Law.
Dr Anna Olijnyk is a Senior Lecturer and Director of the Public Law and Policy Research Unit at the Adelaide Law School, University of Adelaide. Anna researches and teaches in Administrative Law and Constitutional Law. Her research interests include government accountability mechanisms and the role of courts as institutions of government.
Stephen McDonald SC is a senior counsel at Hanson Chambers and an Adjunct Associate Professor at the Adelaide Law School, University of Adelaide. Stephen practises across a range of areas of law, with a particular focus on public law (including Administrative Law) and appeals.