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Delphine Costa
Marcello Clarich, Manuale Di Diritto Amministrativo, Milano, Il Mulino, Coll. «Strumenti», 1st Ed. 2013, 521 Pp.
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Marcello Clarich’s book, reviewed here, is both recent and innovative. The very character of administrative law as a legal discipline makes the drafting of a Textbook of Administrative Law as intricate as it is complex. Like the administration itself, administrative law, certainly in that it is public law and as the law of public administration, is a product of its time. In these days of growing Europeanisation of the legal order and of the proceduralisation of legal relations, administrative law is going global (S. Cassese, Il diritto globale. Giustizia e democrazia oltre lo Stato, Torino, 2009). Marcello Clarich’s Manuale di diritto amministrativo sizes up the radical changes that extend to the foundations of the discipline of Italian administrative law and presents it anew, meeting the challenge of being as prolific on theory as it is clear in its teaching.

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