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Judicial review as dialogical accountability: Aotearoa New Zealand’s supervisory jurisdiction

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posted on 2023-12-04, 03:39 authored by Dean KnightDean Knight
This article explores the way judicial review of administrative action in Aotearoa New Zealand engenders a form of dialogical accountability; that is, a relational form of accountability as conceptualised by Bovens. In particular, the article explains the current practice and experience in a way attentive to its expressive character, highlighting the features of judicial review – both procedural infrastructure and substantive doctrinal norms – that foster and support this dynamic relationship of dialogue between actor and forum. The articular concludes with some reflections on the virtue of viewing judicial review in dialogical terms and implications for its place within the myriad of other accountability conversations operating within modern government in New Zealand.

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Knight, D. R. (2023). Judicial review as dialogical accountability: Aotearoa New Zealand’s supervisory jurisdiction. Vienna Journal on International Constitutional Law, 17, 295-312. https://doi.org/10.1515/icl-2023-0039

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Vienna Journal on International Constitutional Law

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17

Publication date

2023-12-01

Pagination

295-312

Publisher

De Gruyter

Publication status

Published

Contribution type

Article

Online publication date

2023-12-01

ISSN

1995-5855

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