Government Accountability: Australian Administrative Law Sources and Materials

Judith Bannister, Anna Olijnyk

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Government Accountability: Australian Administrative Law Sources and Materials is a companion text to the second edition of Government Accountability: Australian Administrative Law. The casebook follows the structure of the textbook and provides a sophisticated and in-depth introduction to the principal areas of administrative law taught in Australia. Extracts from primary materials – including cases, legislation and judicial review – provide readers with an understanding of the key principles of administrative law and demonstrate how these mechanisms operate in practice. Case extracts provide a clear account of the facts, issues and statutory provisions considered by the courts. Extracts from secondary sources, including from parliamentary reports and publications by leading commentators in this field, further elucidate key concepts and controversies. Written by experts with substantial teaching and research experience, this is an essential text that will equip students with the tools to think critically and successfully apply the law to practice.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationPort Melbourne, Victoria
PublisherCambridge University Press
Number of pages438
ISBN (Electronic)9781108147590
ISBN (Print) 9781316643976
Publication statusPublished - 2018
Externally publishedYes


  • Government accountability
  • Administrative law
  • Government accountability -- Australia -- Cases
  • Administrative law -- Australia -- Cases


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