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Foundations of Law Exam Notes

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Entire course notes for Foundations of Law A covering topics including Natures and Sources of Law, Origins of the Australian Legal System, Constitutional Framework, The Constitutional Framework, The Adversarial System, Access to the Law, Precedent & Judicial Decision-Making, Parliaments and politics, Statutory Interpretation and Statutory Interpretation.

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.................................................... 1 Week 2: Origins of the Australian Legal System .................................................... 3 Week 3: Constitutional Framework 1 ....................................................................... 4 Week 4: The Constitutional Framework .................................................................. 7 Week 5: The Adversarial System ............................................................................. 8 Week 6: Access to the Law ..................................................................................... 11 Weeks 7-9- Precedent & Judicial Decision-Making .............................................. 16 Week 10 Parliaments and politics .......................................................................... 19 Week 11 Statutory Interpretation ..................................................
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             LEGAL INSTITUTIONS

 

 

 

Topic 1

Legal Institutions: General Considerations

Texts:

Vines, chh 1 & 10

Cook, Creyke et al, chh 1, 8 & 15

 

Page 3

Topic 2

Legal Reasoning

Texts:

Vines, ch 14

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Topic 3

English Legal and Constitutional History from 1066 to 1875

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Page 19

Topic 4

New South Walesand Commonwealth Legal and Constitutional History From 1788 to the Present

Texts:

Vines, ch 6

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Cases: (extracts only)

Mabov State of Queensland(No 2) (1992) 175 CLR 14

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Topic 5

The Commonwealth Parliament

Legislation

The Commonwealth Constitution

Cases(extracts only):

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Page 35

Topic 6

The New South Wales Parliament

Legislation:

  • Constitution Act 1902(NSW), ss 3, 5,5A,5B, 7,7A,7B, 8A, 9A,17,22B(2),24
  • AustraliaAct 1986(Imp), ss 6-10

Cases (Extracts only):

  • Attorney – General for New South Walesv Trethowan [1932] AC 526
  • Clayton v Heffron (1960) 105 CLR 214

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Topic 7

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Topic 8

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Topic 9

The Executive Government 

Cases (extracts only):

Victoriav The Commonwealth (Petroleum and Minerals Authority Case or PMA Case) (1975) 134 CLR 81

Minister for Arts, Heritage and Environmentv Peko Wallsend(1987) 75 ALR 218 at 225

Legislation:

Constitution, ss 53, 54, 55, 57, 61-70, 128

Further reading:

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Page 67

Topic 10

The Court System

Cases (extracts only)

Waterside Workers Federation of Australiav J W Alexander (Alexander's Case)(1918) 25 CLR 434

Rv Kirby: ex parte Boilermakers Society of Australia (Boilermakers Case)(1956) 94 CLR 254

Harrisv Caladine(1991) 172 CLR 84

Hiltonv Wells(1985) 157 CLR 57

Building Construction Employees and Builders' Labourers Federation of New SouthWalesv Minister for Industrial Relations(1986) 7 NSWLR 372

Re Wakim; Ex parte McNally(1999) 73 ALJR 839

Legislation:

Constitution, ss 71-77

Further reading:

Hughes, Leane & Clarke + Parkinson + Crawford + Aitken & Orr + Hanks

Page 73

Topic 11

Non – Judicial Tribunals

Legislation:

Trade Practices Act 1974(Cth), ss 6A, 7, 8, 8A, 28, 30, 31, 31A, 32, 86

Consumer Trader and Tenancy Tribunal Act 2002(NSW), ss 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 21, 22, 23.

Consumer Claims Act 1998(NSW), ss 3, 6, 7, 8, 13, 14

Consumer Claims Regulation 1999(NSW), reg 6

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Crawford + Notes on the Administrative Decisions Tribunal (NSW)

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Topic 12

Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution

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Cook, Creyke et al, ch 5

Sir Laurence Street, The language of alternative dispute resolution, (1992) 66 ALJ 194

Sourdin, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Thomson Lawbook, Sydney 2002, pp.1-8; 63-72; 81-84; 115-120; 125-134

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Parkinson + Hughes, Leane & Clarke

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