Slapper, Gary and Hatchard, John
The role of the Commonwealth and Commonwealth Associations in strengthening administrative law and justice.
Acta Juridica, 2006 pp. 405–423.
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This chapter focuses on the role of the Commonwealth and Commonwealth associations, and in particular the Commonwealth Legal Education Association, in strengthening administrative law and justice. It is divided into two parts.
Part 1 explores the work being done within the Commonwealth that is designed to support and enhance administrative law and justice. In doing so, it examines recent Commonwealth initiatives, including the Latimer House Guidelines and the Commonwealth Principles.
Part 2 then argues that law teachers have a key role to play in supporting these initiatives and examines mechanisms for supporting and strengthening the teaching of, and research on, administrative law and justice in Commonwealth law schools.
||Gary Slapper and John Hatchard
||Published by Juta Law: http://www.jutalaw.co.za/
||Commonwealth legal education; legal education; judicial review; administrative law; Harare Declaration
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