This book focuses on explaining various concepts and principles of administrative law. It is an ideal book for law students and law faculty as it contains simplified explanations of complex domains of public policy and administration. It covers both national and international perspectives of administrative law and provides the read with a holistic understanding of administrative procedures and good governance.
Ankit Singh is a post-graduate in law with Intellectual Property and Business Laws as his specialization. He has a teaching experience of more than five years and has many reputed publications to his name. His research interests include intellectual property law, contract law, constitutional law, administrative law, and environmental law.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
admininstrative law, Constitutional law, Good Governance, Public policy, public law, Public Interest Litigation
LAW / Public