Difficulties Associated With the Review of Administrative Discretion - I. Introduction From the outset, Hogan and Morgan make it clear that controlling the review of administrative discretion is a difficult area of law to master, particularly noting “the formulation of a precise test is especially difficult because it has been made to apply to such a wide range of subject matter. ” Indeed the practice of reviewing administrative discretion is one that involves many interlinking factors, and has punctuated the judicial system for many years. Even to this day, “the law in relation to…discretionary power is in a state of change. ” When entering the arena of judicial review, there is a fine line to be navigated in terms of balancing the need for judicial scrutiny a. tags: judicial, unreasonableness, proportionality 2202 words