LexisNexis Study Guide: Constitutional Law
|Author(s) :||Harvey, M; Longo, M; Ligertwood, J; Babovic, D|
|Short Description :||This book is also available in eBook format.
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|Format :||Academic, Soft Cover, 250 pages|
|Published :||March, 2010|
The LexisNexis Study Guide series is an exciting new series of revision texts. The series is designed to simplify exam study by providing students with concise commentary and short case summaries for the core topics in the relevant undergraduate subject. This series provides the perfect study companion in essential topics.
· Clear and concise writing style makes the material accessible to students new to the study of law.
· Key cases and commentary on selected topics simplifies exam study by providing students with the key areas of focus.
· Short and concise paragraphs, bullet-pointed summaries, flowcharts and tables assist learning and help students remember more.
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· Executive Power
· Legislative, Executive and Judicial Power
· Federalism and the Australian Federation
· State Constitutional Power
· Trade, Commerce and Corporations
· External Affairs and International Law Debates
· Fiscal Powers
· Rights and Restrictions
· Amendment and Reform
Matt Harvey is Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Victoria and Lecturer, Victoria Law School, Victoria University.
Michael Longo is Senior Lecturer in Business Law, Faculty of Business and Enterprise, Swinburne University of Technology.
Julian Ligertwood is Lecturer, Victoria Law School, Victoria University.
David Babovic is Senior Technical Leader at the Australian Taxation Office.