Foundations Of Australian Public Law
State, Power, Accountability
This text combines discrete areas of constitutional and administrative law to present Australian public law as a single, integrated body.
|Titel:||Foundations Of Australian Public Law|
|auteur:||Connolly, Anthony J. (australian National University, Canberra)|
|Uitgever:||Cambridge University Press|
|Plaats van publicatie:||03|
|NUR:||Staats- en bestuursrecht|
|Afmetingen:||177 x 248 x 24|
Anthony J. Connolly is an Associate Professor at the Law School of the Australian National University (ANU). He teaches and researches in the areas of public law, legal philosophy and indigenous rights law. He is the author of Cultural Difference on Trial: The Nature and Limits of Judicial Understanding (2010). He is also the editor of Indigenous Rights (2009), Public Law in the Age of Statutes (with D. Stewart, 2015) and Cultural Heritage Rights (2015). In addition, he has published a number of book chapters and journal articles in his areas of expertise. He has convened and taught the compulsory undergraduate and J.D. courses Australian Public Law and Legal Theory at the ANU for the past ten years. He has been the Editor-in-Chief of Australia's leading journal on Australian federal law and federalism, the Federal Law Review, since 2014.
1. Introduction: what is Australian public law?; 2. Constitution I: the history of the Australian state; 3. Constitution II: the structure of the Australian state; 4. Legitimation: justifying state power; 5. Legislation: making and unmaking law; 6. Administration: governing lawfully; 7. Adjudication: delimiting state power; 8. Validation: reviewing state action; 9. Protection: human rights and Australian public law; 10. Direction: future trends in Australian public law.
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