Discusses whether courts are increasingly willing to allow judicial review of decisions of the Attorney General for Northern Ireland. Examines why such decisions were generally non-reviewable before 2010, and subsequent cases indicating a greater openness to reviewability. Suggests why reviewability may now be determined by the grounds of review and the function being challenged.
|Number of pages||9|
|Publication status||Published - 31 Jan 2018|
- Judicial review
- Attorney General for Northern Ireland
- Northern Ireland