Administrative Law, broadly defined as the law relating to governance and public administration, is an essential subject for all those aiming to practise in the general field of public law and human rights. The course takes a contextual approach, addressing cutting-edge issues concerning the role of law in the design and control of administrative processes. Students pay special attention to the development of administrative law in a multi-level governance setting; to the challenges and opportunities for administrative justice associated with digitisation and AI; and to the prospects for new structures and processes in administrative law in the context of the Brexit process. Focused on domestic law, the programme also explores the broader connections with EU and global administrative law and other common law jurisdictions.
8 HOURS Total Length
The Changing State
Transforming Judicial Review
Administrative Law in a Digital Era
Administrative Review and Tribunals
Abe is a recent law graduate passionate about passing on what he has learned to the next generation of law students! Not only does he have a specific concentration in German Law, but he is able to teach all LLB modules.