a network of constitutionalists from countries throughout the world
The Admin Law Blog was launched yesterday, and seeks to provide a forum for discussion of administrative law across common law countries. It will consist of analysis pieces as well as regular ‘round up’ posts summarising recent developments in the field. It will also serve as a useful tool for exchange between administrative law scholars.
The blog’s first analysis piece, ‘Administrative Law, the Common Law, and the US Presidential System: The Republican Party Assault on Regulation’, was authored by Professor Susan Rose-Akerman. It compares the separation of powers and checks and balances on power in the United States to other common law democracies. The blog’s second piece will be published later in the week, and deal with the distinction between unlawful decisions that are void and those that are voidable.
The blog is edited by its three founders, Professor Farah Ahmed (Melbourne Law School), Professor Swati Jhaveri (Faculty of Law at National University of Singapore), and Professor Adam Perry (Faculty of Law, Garrick Tutor and Fellow at Brasenose College, University of Oxford).
Submissions for publication can be sent to email@example.com.