- Judicial review is process that enables judges to override decisions and laws of elected government by determining whether they are legal.
- Make ruling on whether laws are constitutional, resolve conflicts to do with civil liberties and those within government. Can monitor public official's actions and nullify those illegal or unconstitutional.
- Become increasingly relevant. Between 1981 and 1996 cases judicial review rose from 500 to nearly 4,000. 1987 government lawyers published document…