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Making Social Security Law: The role and work of the Social Security and Child Support Commissioners

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DatePublished - 2005
PublisherAshgate
Place of PublicationAldershot
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

Presenting a unique and timely insight into an area of law making which previously has not been exposed to public scrutiny, this volume provides a comprehensive analysis of the role and work of the Social Security and Child Support Commissioners in the development of social security law. It draws on an empirical socio-legal study funded by the Nuffield Foundation to offer an important basis for policy and theoretical reviews of the government's tribunal reform agenda.

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  • employment/benefits

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