LexisNexis Questions and Answers - Constitutional Law, 4th edition (eBook)
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LexisNexis Questions and Answers - Constitutional Law, 4th ed provides an understanding of constitutional law and gives a clear and systematic approach to tackling questions and giving the right answer during exams.
Each chapter commences with a summary of key issues. The question is followed by an answer plan, a sample answer and examiner’s comments. Readers are also alerted to potential errors in answering the questions in the ‘common errors to avoid section. A feature of this book is a separate chapter of hypothetical fact situations that incorporate multiple constitutional issues in a single problem question.
Questions cover a comprehensive range of topics within the constitutional law curriculum.
- Summary of Key Issues; Questions with answer guide, model answers, examiners' comments and common errors to avoid.
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Siow, LexisNexis Glance Card - Constitutional Law at a Glance, 2015
Trone, Quick Reference Card - Constitutional Law, 2nd ed, 2015
Table of contents
Chapter 1. Introduction to the Commonwealth Constitution
Chapter 2. Constitutional Concepts
Chapter 3. The High Court and Judicial Review
Chapter 4. Commonwealth Executive
Chapter 5. Commonwealth Parliament
Chapter 6. Taxation and Grants Powers
Chapter 7. Duties of Excise
Chapter 8. Trade and Commerce Power
Chapter 9. Freedom of Trade and Commerce
Chapter 10. Corporations Power
Chapter 11. External Affairs Power
Chapter 12. Defence Power
Chapter 13. Inconsistency of Laws
Chapter 14. Intergovernmental Immunities
Chapter 15. Individual Rights and the Constitution
Chapter 16. Implied Rights
Chapter 17. Revision Problems