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LAWS1141 2016 Full Readings Notes Detalied

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Includes summaries of every reading with important quotes extracted, as well as structured tables for complex parts of the course.

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Law United States Constitution Political philosophy Politics of the United Kingdom Constitutional law Philosophy of law Article Six of the United States Constitution Federalism in the United States Parliamentary sovereignty Separation of powers Federalism Constitution of the United Kingdom
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Law United States Constitution Political philosophy Politics of the United Kingdom Constitutional law Philosophy of law Article Six of the United States Constitution Federalism in the United States Parliamentary sovereignty Separation of powers Federalism Constitution of the United Kingdom
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States govern through institutions, so an important aspect of public law is to describe the origin and function of these institutions, and the relationship between them - There is no mention of the prime minister in the constitution - There is no bill of rights in Aus - Key Themes o Power & Accountability o Who has the last say - Note down key concept definitions o Political Constitutionalism o Legal Constitutionalism o Rule of Law o Separation of Powers o Parliamentary sovereignty o Responsible Government o Sovereignty o Representative Government o Bicameral Legislature o Constitutional conventions o Judicial Review o Federalism o Principle of legality o JRAA & Merits review Week 1 notes_______________________________________________________...
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