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Title: Grounds for Judicial Review: New Developments
Contributors: School of Law, TCD
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Keywords: Judicial Review
Issue Date: 2009
Citation: Donnelly, Catherine, Grounds for Judicial Review: New Developments, Judicial Review; Recent Developments, Trinity College Dublin, 27 June 2009, 2009, School of Law, TCD
Abstract: 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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