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Title The unity of public law / edited by David Dyzenhaus
Published Oxford ; Portland, Ore. : Hart, 2004
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Description 1 online resource (xxii, 496 pages)
Contents Baker : the unity of public law? / David Dyzenhaus -- Deference from Baker to Suresh and beyond -- interpreting the conflicting signals / David Mullan -- The Baker effect : a new interface between the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and administrative law -- the case of discretion / Geneviève Cartier -- The rule of policy : Baker and the impact of judicial review on administrative discretion / Lorne Sossin -- 'Alert, alive and sensitive' : Baker, the duty to give reasons, and the ethos of justification in Canadian public law / Mary Liston -- The internal morality of administration : the form and structure of reasonableness / Evan Fox-Decent -- The state of law's borders and the law of states' borders / Audrey Macklin -- Refugees, asylum seekers, the rule of law and human rights / Colin Harvey -- Judicial review of expulsion decisions : reflections on the UK experience / Nicholas Blake QC -- Rights in the balance : non-citizens and state sovereignty under the Charter / Ninette Kelley -- Common law reason and the limits of judicial deference / Trevor Allan -- Of cocoons and small 'c' constitutionalism : the principle of legality and an Australian perspective on Baker / Margaret Allars -- Judicial review, intensity and deference in EU law / Paul Craig -- A hesitant embrace : Baker and the application of international law by Canadian courts / Jutta Brunnée & Stephen J. Toope -- Authority, influence and persuasion : Baker, Charter values and the puzzle of method / Mayo Moran -- The common law constitution and legal cosmopolitanism/ Mark D. Walters -- The tub of public law / Michael Taggart
Summary This book tackles the important topic of the relationship between three parts of the public law regime in a common law jurisdiction: the common law of judicial review or the unwritten constitution, the written constitution and public international law
Analysis Unity
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 481-496)
Notes Print version record
Subject Public law -- Canada
LAW -- Constitutional.
LAW -- Public.
Public law.
Form Electronic book
Author Dyzenhaus, David.
ISBN 1280807903