Administrative Justice in the United States

Author: Peter L. Strauss
ISBN: 9780890890424
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Thoroughly revised and expanded, the second edition offers not only a comprehensive introduction to the caselaw, statutes, and literature of the subject, but also a wide range of websites through which American government can be explored firsthand."--BOOK JACKET.

Administrative Justice and the Supremacy of Law in the United States

Author: John Dickinson
Publisher: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
ISBN: 1584772735
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Dickinson [1894-1952] examines the relationship between administrative tribunals and the courts, and problems that arise from the judicial review of administrative determinations. Dickinson is especially concerned with factors that determine the scope and purposes of a review. His study is notable in part because it offers a near-contemporary assessment of the Hepburn amendments to the Interstate Commerce Act (1906) and other changes enacted in the early 1900s.

Administrative Justice in the UN

Author: Niamh Kinchin
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 1786432617
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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The UN’s capacity as an administrative decision-maker that affects the rights of individuals is a largely overlooked aspect of its role in international affairs. This book explores the potential for a model of administrative justice that might act as a benchmark to which global decision-makers could develop procedural standards. Applied to the UN’s internal justice, refugee status determination, NGO participation and the Security Council, the global administrative justice model is used to appraise the existing procedural protections within UN administrative decision-making.