Winning essays in the 2020 AdJASA student essay competition

As previously announced, the winning essays in the 2020 AdJASA student essay competition were:

First prize: Laura Chandler with an essay entitled “A LEGAL COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF AUTOMATED DECISION-MAKING AND REASONABLENESS IN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW”

Second prize: Nicholas Herd with an essay entitled “WATCHING THE WORLD BURN? DO PUBLIC FUNCTIONARIES HAVE A GENERAL, CONSTITUTIONAL OBLIGATION TO INVESTIGATE AND REMEDY SUSPECTED IMPROPRIETY IN THEIR REMIT?”

Third prize: Bradley Frolick with an essay entitled “THE GRANTING OF MINING RIGHTS OVER CULTURAL (HERITAGE) LAND IN SOUTH AFRICA AND CANADA – A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS”

Fourth prize: Robin Titus with an essay entitled “THE VIABILITY OF THE PRINCIPLE OF PROPORTIONALITY IN SOUTH AFRICAN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW”

Some of these essays are now available to read at the links below:

Laura Chandler, “A LEGAL COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF AUTOMATED DECISION-MAKING AND REASONABLENESS IN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW”

Bradley Frolick, “THE GRANTING OF MINING RIGHTS OVER CULTURAL (HERITAGE) LAND IN SOUTH AFRICA AND CANADA – A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS”

Robin Titus with an essay entitled “THE VIABILITY OF THE PRINCIPLE OF PROPORTIONALITY IN SOUTH AFRICAN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW”