De Smith's Judicial Review 2nd Supplement

 
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De Smith is the leading work on the history, principles and practice of judicial review. The new edition reflects the continuing importance and complexity of judicial review, and incorporates recent fundamental developments in the area. Frequently cited in judgments, recognising its status as an authoritative account of the law. Passes with distinction the only test that matters to lawyers who are advising clients, or to judges who have to decide cases: it supplies the answers to complex legal problems... it is superbly written." - The Times

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