Australian constitutional law: Commentary and cases

Ratnapala, S., John, Thomas, Karean, Vanitha and Koch, Cornelia Australian constitutional law: Commentary and cases. Edited by Puddingburn Publishing Services South Melbourne, Vic, Australia: Oxford University Press, 2007.

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Author Ratnapala, S.
John, Thomas
Karean, Vanitha
Koch, Cornelia
Title Australian constitutional law: Commentary and cases
Place of Publication South Melbourne, Vic, Australia
Publisher Oxford University Press
Publication year 2007
Sub-type Research book (original research)
ISBN 9780195516579
0195516575
Language eng
Editor Puddingburn Publishing Services
Start page 1
End page 863
Total number of pages 863
Collection year 2008
Subjects A1
390103 Constitutionalism and Constitutional Law
750503 Understanding legal processes
Formatted Abstract/Summary
Australian Constitutional Law: Commentary and Cases provides a concise and logical breakdown of well chosen and carefully edited extracts from key constitutional cases and statutes. This facilitates a clear understanding of Australian constitutional law.

The commentary binds the primary and secondary material together and helps students to navigate the book and tackle the complex issues, rules, principles, core concepts and theory of the Australian constitutional system.

The authors have meticulously planned the organisation of this book. It provides a clear structure and excellent coverage of the material students need to know.

The text is designed as a key stand-alone casebook as well as a companion to Ratnapala, Australian Constitutional Law: Foundations and Theory, second edition.
Copyright © Suri Ratnapala, Thomas John, Vanitha Karean and Cornelia Koch 2007
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