Constitutional Law in Australia - 3rd Edition (eBook)
|Author(s) :||Hanks,P; Gordon, F and Hill,G|
|Short Description :||This eBook is also available in Book format.
Bundle the hardcopy with the eBook to save 75% on the 2nd copy.
|Published :||January, 2012|
Please choose your device carefully and only download your eBook to the device on which you intend to read it. eBooks cannot be moved from one device to another and are only compatible with the following software:
PC or Mac users: Adobe Digital Editions
iPad or iPhone: Bluefire Reader.
eBooks will be fulfilled in one to two business days.
Constitutional Law in Australia explores major themes and issues relating to the structure and function of government in Australia, in both institutional and federal aspects. Drawing on formal constitutional documents, legislation, judicial decisions, political practice and academic commentary, this text offers a guide to the legal aspects of government in Australia and a critical evaluation of the growth of constitutional rules and concepts. This text is a comprehensive, authoritative and critical account of the rules which structure and reflect the exercise of political power in Australia.
· High quality text from respected authors
· A clear, logical writing style covering the context of constitutional law
· Most current text on the market
About the Authors
Peter Hanks QC is a member of the Victorian Bar Association and a former University law teacher and solicitor. He practises predominantly in public law - administrative law and constitutional law.
Frances Gordon is a member of the Victorian Bar Association.
Graeme Hill is a member of the Victorian Bar Association.
2. The Parliament
3. Legislative Procedures
4. The Executive
5. Legal Aspects of Federation
6. Fiscal Power
7. Control of Economic Activity
8. The Commonwealth in the International Community
9. The Separation of Powers
10. Rights and Freedoms