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  • Baranger on the Boundaries of Public LawSeptember 14, 2017

    Readers may be interested in listening to Professor Denis Baranger’s Miegunyah Distinguished Visiting Fellow Lecture at the Melbourne Law School. A helpful summary is available here: In his lecture, Professor Baranger contended that “you don’t get to understand public law by searching for its founda … Read more »

  • Metzger and Stack on Internal Administrative LawSeptember 6, 2017

    Gillian Metzger and Kevin Stack’s article “Internal Administrative Law” can be accessed at the Michigan Law Review‘s website. Here is the abstract: For years, administrative law has been identified as the external review of agency action, primarily by courts. Following in the footsteps of pioneering … Read more »

  • Current and Upcoming ProjectsSeptember 5, 2017

    I hope to start blogging more regularly in the coming weeks, as we are gearing up for a return to Term time here at Cambridge. I thought it might be useful to give you all an overview of my current and upcoming and projects, many of which will appear in some form in this forum. […] Read more »

  • Distinguishing Mandatory and Directory ProvisionsAugust 9, 2017

    Another excerpt from my work on Hogan and Morgan’s Administrative Law in Ireland follows, this time attempting to distinguish between mandatory and directory statutory provisions. Warning: this analysis may not survive its imminent encounter with my co-authors! Thoughts welcome, especially from thos … Read more »

  • Paul Daly, Administrative Law Blog, "Voidness and Voidability", March 3, 2017August 1, 2017