Administrative Law in Ireland - 5th Edition, by Gerard Hogan , David Gwynn Morgan and Paul Daly
Author: Gerard Hogan
Author: David Gwynn Morgan
Author : Paul Daly
Publisher: Round Hall
Publication Date: 11/12/2019
For over 30 years, Hogan and Morgan has been the leading work on administrative law and judicial review in Ireland.
This new edition of Administrative Law in Ireland provides
practitioners, public servants and students with a comprehensive
and definitive analysis of the creation, structure and legal regulation
of the contemporary
Irish administrative state.
- A detailed guide to Ireland’s administrative structures and judicial review of administrative action.
- Includes all new statutory, regulatory and case-law developments as of January 1, 2019.
- Covers the consequences of the Great Financial Crisis on Irish public administration.
- Each chapter contains the definitive treatment of subjects important for practitioners in public service (the structure of central government; privatisation and procurement; local government and planning; licensing; tribunals of inquiry; and the ombudsman) and private practice (the scope and nature of the application for judicial review and the availability of damages actions against the State).
- Helps to identify key political and legal trends, facilitating effective advocacy in government and in the courts.
New to this edition:
- Updates on reforms to local government, state bodies, whistleblowers, Inquiries, planning and public procurement.
- Major developments in judicial review of administrative action, including constitutional justice (Dellway; Mallak; Guerin).
- A new Chapter devoted to Statutory Interpretation, treating issues specific to administrative law.
- A new Chapter on Reasons in administrative law.
- Significantly revised Chapters on the Application for Judicial Review; the Scope of Public Law; Legitimate Expectations; and Damages.
- Survey of the borderline between public and private functions and bodies.
- Takes account of political and legal responses to the Great Financial Crisis.
Gerard Hogan, Advocate General of the Court of Justice of the European Union; formerly a Judge of the High Court and Court of Appeal.
David Morgan, Emeritus Professor of Law, University College Cork; formerly Director of Research, Law Reform Commission.
Paul Daly, University Research Chair in Administrative Law & Governance, University of Ottawa; formerly of the University of Cambridge.