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Final Essay - Qs. of whether the judiciary should consider implications of their decisions on social justice.

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Law Political philosophy Philosophy of social science Philosophy of law Constitutional law Judicial activism Separation of powers Sociology of law Judicial discretion Judiciary Judicial independence Judicial review Michael Kirby Ronald Sackville
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Law Political philosophy Philosophy of social science Philosophy of law Constitutional law Judicial activism Separation of powers Sociology of law Judicial discretion Judiciary Judicial independence Judicial review Michael Kirby Ronald Sackville
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To what extent can and should judicial decision-making take account of issues relating to social justice In the Australian legal system, it is commonly thought that the role of the judiciary is to solely administer and apply the law. However, this simplification of the judicial function has been heavily debated, particularly as the legal system has become more complex as society has evolved. On one hand, key principles like the Separation of Powers and the Rule of Law has led to arguments that judicial restraint is needed. Thus, statutory autonomy and precedence exist, enforced to limit judicial discretion. Conversely, others, and namely, Kirby J, has asserted the consideration of the outcome of decisions to social justice is critical rather than mere blind enforcement of the law. Also, in practice...
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