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Dean Knight

Email: d.r.knight@lse.ac.uk

Thesis Title: 'Vigilance and Restraint: Standards of Review in Administrative Law'

Supervisors: Professor Martin Loughlin and Dr Thomas Poole

Research Interests: Constitutional and administrative law (particularly judicial review); local government and democracy; GLBT legal issues

Recent Publications and Conference Papers

'Mapping the Rainbow of Review: Recognising Variable Intensity' (2010) NZ Law Rev 393-431

'Shaking Our Constitutional Foundations' (2010) 33(4) Public Sector 24

'The (Continuing) Regulation of Prostitution by Local Authorities' in Gillian Abel and others Taking the crime out of sex work: New Zealand sex workers' fight for decriminalisation (Policy Press, Bristol, 2010) 141-158

'A Murky Methodology: Standards of Review in Administrative Law' (2008) 6 New Zealand Journal of Public and International Law 117-160;

with Claudia Geiringer (eds), Seeing the World Whole: Essays in Honour of Sir Kenneth Keith (VUP, Wellington, 2008) 180-216

with Chris Mitchell, Local Government (Reissue 1) in McGrath (ed) The Laws of New Zealand (LexisNexis, Wellington, 2008) 1-168

"Simple, Fair, Discretionary Administrative Law" (2007) Victoria University of Wellington Law Review 91-117

Recent Publications and Conference Papers

'Local Authority Decision-Making: Obligation and Observance' Massey University Local Government Research symposium, Wellington (Dec 2010)

'Review and Appeal of Regulatory Decisions: The Tension between Supervision and Performance', Law Foundation Regulatory Reform Project symposium, Victoria University of Wellington (Nov 2010)

'Land of the Long White Fog: Judicial Review in New Zealand', ANU Public Law Weekend, Canberra (Sep 2010)

'Patriating Our Head of State: A Simpler Path', Reconstituting the Constitution conference, Victoria University of Wellington (Sep 2010)

'Judicial Review: Practical Insights, Trends, Predictions', Lawyers in Government conference, Wellington (Apr 2010)

'Deference and the Rule of Law: Calibrating Intensity in Judicial Review Canadian-Style', Canada and New Zealand: Connections, Comparisons and Challenges conference, Victoria University of Wellington (Feb 2010)

'Local Authority Decision-Making and the Consideration of Community Views: Obligation and Observance', We The People(s): Participation and Engagement in Government conference, Victoria University of Wellington (Feb 2010)

 

 

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