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The Law-Making Process

By: Michael Zander
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Published: 09-07-2020
Format: PDF eBook (?)
Edition: 1st
Extent: 528
ISBN: 9781509934553
Imprint: Hart Publishing
RRP: £48.59
Online price : £26.72
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About The Law-Making Process

As a critical, in-depth analysis of the law-making process, this book has no equal.

It deals with all the stages and forms of law-making:
- the preparation of legislation;
- its passage through Parliament;
- statutory interpretation;
- the operation of the rules of precedent in judicial decision-making;
- the many facets of judicial law-making;
- the machinery of law reform.

The new eighth edition covers the operation of EU law in the UK after Brexit. It also covers pre-Brexit events such as the unprecedented legislation by backbench MPs to stop a No Deal Exit from the EU and the two great Supreme Court decisions over the triggering of Brexit and the prorogation of Parliament.

The books draws on a wide range of sources including important new empirical research such as Lord Sumption's 2019 Reith lectures (Trials of the State – Law and the Decline of Politics) and the work of Sir Geoffrey Palmer, former Prime Minister and Justice Minister of New Zealand on The Law Reform Enterprise.

There are new sections on the attempt to control the size of the House of Lords, on whether Parliament should have a role in the selection of senior judges and on the topical question whether decisions of the courts on constitutional questions are 'legal' or 'political'.

Table Of Contents

Interim table of Contents
Introduction
1. Legislation: The Whitehall Stage
2. Legislation: The Westminster Stage
3. Statutory Interpretation
4. Binding Precedent: The Doctrine of Stare Decisis
5. How Precedent Works
6. Law Reporting
7. The Nature of the Judicial Role in Law-Making
8. Foreign and Other Sources of Law
9. The Process of Law Reform

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