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Law, Government and Policy 2017. Complete Study Notes

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Complete notes for every single module in this unit as follows: 1.Introduction: The idea and role of law 2.Sources of Australian law 3.Political theories and institutions 4.Justice 5.The Constitution and the High Court 6.Federalism 7.Elections and political parties 8.Parliament and Executive Government 9.Interest groups and media 10.A liberal democratic system 11.International/ comparative perspectives 12.Justice revisited 13.Review (including complete glossary of terms)

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Law Political philosophy Australian constitutional law Politics Sovereignty Politics of the United Kingdom Philosophy of law Law of Australia Constitution of Australia Parliamentary sovereignty Government of Australia Statute of Westminster
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Law Political philosophy Australian constitutional law Politics Sovereignty Politics of the United Kingdom Philosophy of law Law of Australia Constitution of Australia Parliamentary sovereignty Government of Australia Statute of Westminster
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THE IDEA AND ROLE OF LAW Natural Law: the idea that law has some innate higher principles beyond human choices. A law with an inner morality. Legal Positivism: the legal rules that exist in statutes, regulations and cases. No connection with law and morality. Rule of Law: The rule of law means that everyone is equal before the law and able to assert or defend their legal rights. This means that every person is subject to the law and not beyond the rule of law. To be able to assert this right, one must have access to the courts. However, the using the legal system can be extremely expensive and a prolonged activity. Australian’s have access to legal aid and pro bono services, but these are limited and most of the time are means tested. This places these services outside the access of many Australians. The main issue is that although the rule of law means that everyone is suppose...
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