Author Archives: adminlawblogorg

July 31

Call for Submissions & August Break

Dear Readers, Thank you for your support for Admin Law Blog which has grown in readership since its launch.  The Blog will be taking a break in the month of August, returning in September with new content. We welcome new submissions and content on any subject of administrative law in the common law world. Please […]

July 26

Administrative Law Digest

  This post contains a roundup of recent developments (in and out of courts) and scholarship in the area of administrative law around the common law world. To submit content for our next update, please email us at alawblogorg@gmail.com. Judicial Developments in Administrative Law The Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal has dismissed an appeal regarding […]

July 24

Andrew Edgar: Deliberative Democracy and Regulation-Making Systems

In the last thirty years or so, political and legal theorists have developed the concept of deliberation as a core element of democratic legitimacy. Deliberation in this literature focuses on transparency, public participation and reasons, as features of legitimate political decision-making. One question raised by this literature for legal scholars is how law contributes to […]

July 17

Matan Gutman: Appointment and Removal of Senior Executive Officials in Israel

In 1992, Mr. Aryeh Deri, the Interior Minister of Israel, was indicted on corruption charges. The Basic Law of Israel, which is the equivalent to the Israeli Constitution, states as follow: should a minister be convicted by a court, it shall state in its verdict whether the offense involves moral turpitude; should the court so […]

July 17

Workshop on Comparative Perspectives on Administrative Law in India, 6-8 April 2018, Delhi, India: Call for Papers

Comparative Perspectives on Administrative Law in India Workshop, 6 – 7 April 2018, Delhi, India Hosted by Jindal Global Law School – Melbourne Law School – NUS Faculty of Law – Bonavero Institute of Human Rights, University of Oxford The organisers are pleased to announce a workshop on “Comparative Perspectives on Administrative Law in India”. […]

July 03

Joe Tomlinson: The Gap between Promise and Performance – Strong, Weak, Modest and Sham Systems of Administrative Justice

  Administrative justice concerns how government makes decisions regarding, e.g., welfare and immigration, and how disputes arising from those decisions are dealt with, e.g., through tribunals, complaints processes, and judicial review. For many researchers interested in administrative justice systems, the ‘models of administrative justice’ have long held a dominant place in debate. The ‘models’ were […]

June 27

Administrative Law Digest

This post contains a roundup of recent developments (in and out of courts) and scholarship in the area of administrative law around the common law world. To submit content for our next update, please email us at alawblogorg@gmail.com. […]