Jake W. Rylatt and Joseph Tomlinson: Neuberger’s Novelties: Keyu and the Substantive Review Debate – UK Constitutional Law Association

Posted February 18th, 2016 in inquiries, judicial review, news, proportionality by sally

‘Over the past few decades, the question of substantive review has provided one of the liveliest debates in public law. However, despite a myriad of contributions from courts and legal commentators, we are still left with little certainty as to its nature, scope, and structure. As we near 70 years since Lord Greene’s landmark decision in Wednesbury, and despite some interesting and innovative recent additions to the debate, a distinct sense of fatigue has begun to set in.’

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UK Constitutional Law Association, 17th February 2016

Source: www.ukconstitutionallaw.org