THE INTERNAL MANAGEMENT OF DIFFICULT DECISION MAKING: Reports, Committees and a Defensible Paper Trail

Thu, 08 Dec 2011

By Olivia Chaffin-Laird 
The intention of this paper is to examine the nature of challenges by way of Judicial Review. In essence the exercise is fundamentally a paper based process which will consider the audit trail held by the public body to explain the decisions that have been taken and perhaps more crucially the reasons why those decisions were made.

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