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Introduction : Judicial Review at thirty

McCorkindale, Christopher and McHarg, Aileen and Mullen, Tom (2015) Introduction : Judicial Review at thirty. Juridical Review, 2015 (4). pp. 317-323. ISSN 0022-6785

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    There is nothing quite like an anniversary to provoke reflection: about where we have come from, about where we find ourselves; and, inevitably, about where next we might be headed. Taking as their cue the thirtieth anniversary of the introduction of rule 260B to the Rules of Court, the essays gathered in this special edition each, in their own way, attempt to address these questions as they relate to the practice and the evolution of judicial review in Scotland.