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    • An administrative law perspective on “bad building” evictions in the Johannesburg inner city 

      Quinot, G. (ESR Review (Economic and Social Rights in South Africa)University of the Western Cape, Community Law Centre, 2007-05)
      The recent judgment of the Supreme Court of Appeal in Rand Properties provides an opportunity to assess the use of administrative law arguments in advancing the realisation of socio-economic rights. The judgment itself is ...

    • The contours of a pedagogy of law in South Africa 

      Quinot, G.; Greenbaum, Lesley (Juta Law, 2015)
      Reform of legal education is currently a topic of debate in South Africa again. Reform in higher education can, however, be dangerous and counter-productive if it is driven purely by policy agendas and in the absence of ...

    • Enforcement of procurement law from a South African perspective 

      Quinot, G. (Sweet and Maxwell, 2011)
      As is the case in many other countries, public procurement law in South Africa has emerged from the combined application of legal rules from many distinct fields of law to the phenomenon of state contracting. Since no ...

    • The judicial regulation of state commercial activity 

      Quinot, G. (Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbsoch, 2007-12)
      ENGLISH ABSTRACT: The state participates in the market place in a large number of ways, spending millions annually. It buys and sells goods and services; it employs a massive workforce; it acquires, develops and disposes ...

    • Narrowing the band : reasonableness review in administrative justice and socio-economic rights jurisprudence in South Africa 

      Quinot, G.; Liebenberg, Sandra (Juta Law, 2011)
      This contribution explores the standard of reasonableness review applied in both administrative justice and socio-economic rights jurisprudence in South Africa. The first part traces the development of reasonableness as a ...

    • The potential of capstone learning experiences in addressing perceived shortcomings in LLB training in South Africa 

      Quinot, G.; Van Tonder, S. P. (North-West University, Faculty of Law, 2014)
      Current debates about legal education in South Africa have revealed the perception that the LLB curriculum does not adequately integrate various outcomes, in particular outcomes relating to the development of skills in ...

    • Public procurement and corruption : the South African response 

      Williams, Sope; Quinot, G. (JUTA Law, 2007)
      The purpose of this article is to examine corruption within public procurement and the measures that may be used to address it, in particular, the South African response to procurement corruption in the Prevention ...

    • The regulation of in-flight films 

      Quinot, G. (JUTA Law, 2005)
      In South Africa, as in many other jurisdictions, the showing of films in public is legally regulated through a system of classification. This system entails that a film must first be classified by the Film and Publication ...

    • The role of quality in the adjudication of public tenders 

      Quinot, G. (North-West University, Faculty of Law, 2014)
      The quality of the goods or services that government procures is obviously a very important consideration in deciding which supplier should be awarded a particular public tender. It follows that in the regulation of public ...

    • Substantive legitimate expectations in South African and European administrative law 

      Quinot, G. (German law journal, 2004-01)
      The doctrine of substantive legitimate expectation is only starting to find its way into South African law at present. The courts have suggested that a careful analysis of the development of the doctrine in English law is ...

    • Substantive reasoning in administrative-law adjudication 

      Quinot, G. (Constitutional Court ReviewJuta Law, 2010)
      One of the main characteristics of constitutional transformation in South Africa is what Etienne Mureinik calls the shift towards a culture of justification in which 'every exercise of power is expected to be justified'.1 ...

    • Transformative legal education 

      Quinot, G. (Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University, 2011-09)
      Geo Quinot obtained the degrees BA (Law) cum laude, LLB cum laude and LLD from Stellenbosch University. Upon obtaining his LLB degree in 2000, he was awarded the Stellenbosch University Chancellor’s Medal. He also ...

    • Transformative legal education 

      Quinot, G. (Juta Law, 2012)
      This article argues that significantly increased attention to theory (or theories) of legal education is not only imperative in order to improve the quality of legal education in South Africa, but is a crucial ingredient ...

    • Worse than losing a government tender : winning it 

      Quinot, G. (Juta Law, 2008)
      In Steenkamp NO v Provincial Tender Board, Eastern Cape 2007 3 SA 121 (CC) the Constitutional Court held that an organ of state was not liable in delict for a successful tenderer's out-of-pocket losses following the setting ...