Poole, Thomas (2010) Judicial review at the margins: law, power, and prerogative. University of Toronto law journal, 60 (1). pp. 81-108. ISSN 0042-0220
This essay on judicial review approaches its subject obliquely. It focuses on a particular site of constitutional abnormality: prerogative power. An analysis of the various iterations, historical and contemporary, between law and prerogative in its specific, rooted setting provides the basis for a more general account of the contemporary nature and role of judicial review, at a time when we appear to be entering a new ‘age of prerogative’ based on the politics of security and fear.
|Additional Information:||© 2010 University of Toronto Press|
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||judicial review, prerogative, politics, security, constitutional history, Tocqueville, service|
|Library of Congress subject classification:||K Law > K Law (General)|
|Sets:||Departments > Law|
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