Principles of Australian Constitutional Law - 3rd Edition
|Author(s) :||Keyzer, P|
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|Format :||Practitioner & Academic, Softcover, 474 pages|
|Published :||May, 2010|
Principles of Australian Constitutional Law is the 3rd edition of the successful work formerly published as Butterworths Tutorial Series: Constitutional Law. This work provides a clear and succinct introduction to a complex topic. In producing this new edition the author has re-organised and updated the material, featuring a streamlined structure of 21 concise chapters while more than 100 new cases have been noted. This book also includes the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act and the Australia Act.
"Patrick Keyzer has employed his intimate familiarity with the judicial considerations of the Constitution to develop a logical, integrated exposition of its provisions. The fields of operations of its several provisions, the cases in which they have been considered and the problems which they raise are clearly displayed. More importantly, the underlying principles and approaches which inform the ever-growing law of the Constitution have been examined."
The Hon Sir Gerard Brennan, AC, KBE
Chief Justice of Australia, 1995?1998
· A streamlined structure of 21 concise chapters with more than 100 new cases.
· This book includes the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act and the Australia Act.
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Stellios, The Federal Judicature: Chapter III of the Constitution - Commentary and Cases, 2010.
2. Constitutional Method
3. Introduction to Australian Federalism
4. The States
5. The Territories
6. Trade, Commerce and Intercourse
9. The Races Power
10. External Affairs
11. Acquisition of Property on Just Terms
12. Conciliation and Arbitration
13. The Federal Executive Power
15. Trial by Jury
16. Freedom of Religion
17. Discrimination on the Grounds of State Residence
18. Freedom of Political Communication
19. Judicial Power
20. The Constitutional Jurisdiction of the High Court
21. Inconsistency of Laws
Patrick Keyzer is a Professor at the Faculty of Law, Bond University.