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LAWS2150 Final Essay Notes

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Complete Notes for FedCon Essay in the final exam. his course continues students’ exposure to the field of public law, to which they have been earlier introduced in LAWS1141: Principles of Public Law.

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LAWS2150 Final Essay Notes
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Australian constitutional law Law Intention Philosophy of law Case law Government of Australia Conservatism in the United States Originalism Supreme Court of the United States Amalgamated Society of Engineers v Adelaide Steamship Co Ltd Jumbunna Coal Mine NL v Victorian Coal Miners’ Association Purposive approach
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Australian constitutional law Law Intention Philosophy of law Case law Government of Australia Conservatism in the United States Originalism Supreme Court of the United States Amalgamated Society of Engineers v Adelaide Steamship Co Ltd Jumbunna Coal Mine NL v Victorian Coal Miners’ Association Purposive approach
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............................. 2 Implied immunities ..................................................................................................... 2 Reserved state powers .............................................................................................. 2 Engineers case .......................................................................................................... 3 Jumbunna principle .................................................................................................... 4 Literalism, legalism and judicial choice .................................................................... 5 Literalism v legalism ................................................................................................... 5 Judicial choice ............................................................................................................ 6 The dead hand an...
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