Cases and materials summary notes based on Blackshield & Williams Constitutional Law (2011), super summaries intended for easy reference in an open book exam and "policy notes" geared towards writing essays. Structure of the cases and materials summary notes are as follows:
Class 1- Fundamentals of Australian Constitutional Law
Class 2&3 - The high Court and Constitutional Interpretation
Class 4 - The High Court and Characterisation
Class 5 - Inconsistency
Class 6&7 - Economics Powers
Class 8&9 - External Affairs Power
Class 10 - The Defence Power
Class 11 - The Races Power
Class 12 - The Tax Power
Class 13 - The Grants Power
Class 14&15 - Freedom of Interstate Commerce
Class 16 - Express Guarantees; Trial by Jury and Freedom of Religion
Class 17&18 - Implied Freedom of Political Communication
Class 19&20 - Judicial Power and Detention
Class 21&22 - The Melbourne Corporation Principle
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