The British tribunal system is viewed as an independent extension of the court system with adjudicative powers over a broad range of government activities. The author examines the structure and composition of British tribunals, discusses the role of lawyers and laymen within the tribunal system, and draws comparisons to administrative law bodies in the United States.
Charles D. Ablard,
The Structure of Tribunals and the Appointment of Their Members in Great Britain,
2 Hastings Int'l & Comp.L. Rev. 333
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