Comprehensive and colour coded Constitutional Law Exam Notes & Skeleton

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  • UniversityUniversity of Adelaide
  • AreaLaw
  • CourseAustralian Constitutional Law
  • Course CodeLAW 2501
  • ProfessorDr Anna Olijnyk
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85%Verified Grade
  • Authorlavamix21
  • Created2017
  • Pages116
  • Approved10 March 2018

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About these notes

Comprehensive Constitutional Law Exam Notes and Exam Skeleton written for Semester 1, 2017 Examination, final result of HD. This package of notes is divided into two parts.

The first element contains the Exam Skeleton, which will become your ‘Bible’ in the exam. It has been laid out in such a way so as to streamline your answer to any exam question. Simply follow the guide to construct your answer in adherence to the correct format. To make it even easier, it has been colour coded. Text written in green can be directly translated into your exam booklet. Text written in blue are ‘options’ – depending on the specific exam scenario, you will pick one option and follow it through. Text written in black are things to be considered which will shape which ‘blue option’ you choose.

The second element contains the comprehensive Exam Notes. These notes detail everything covered in the course, including all case law and extrinsic materials. It should be studied so as to help your broader understanding of the course, and can be used in an exam if there is an essay question requiring a more theoretical as opposed to ‘problem solving’ answer.

Topics Covered:
– Interpretation and Characterisation
– Corporations Power
– External Affairs Power
– Defence Power
– Taxation (Part I)
– Taxation (Part II)
– Section 109
– Section 92
– Implied Freedom of Political Communication

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