Donnelly, Catherine, Grounds for Judicial Review: New Developments, Judicial Review; Recent Developments, Trinity College Dublin, 27 June 2009, 2009, School of Law, TCD
The aim of this paper is to consider important recent cases dealing with the grounds for judicial review, such as: (i) jurisdictional error; (ii) procedural fairness; (iii) control of discretionary power; and (iv) legitimate expectations and fettering of discretion. It is not intended to provide a comprehensive overview of all these areas, and instead, attention will be focussed on particular cases, whether because they reveal an interesting application of well-established principles or because they may be illustrative of evolutionary trends in the law.
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