Australian Constitutional Law and Theory: Commentary and Materials
Textbook dealing with the major issues, themes and problems in Australian constitutional law today as well as providing an outline of premises and principles upon which that law is based. For practitioners, teachers and students. The law is stated as at 11 November 1995. Includes the full text of the Australian Constitution, the Statute of Westminster 1931 and the Australian Act 1986, as well as a table of contents, table of cases and table of legislation. Tony Blackshield is professor of law at Macquarie University and barrister of the Supreme Court of NSW. George Williams is a lecturer in law at the ANU and a barrister of the Supreme Court of the ACT and the High Court of Australia. Brian F Fitzgerald is a lecturer in law at Griffith University and a barrister of the Supreme Court of Qld and the High Court of Australia.
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