Australian Public Law by Gabrielle ApplebyAustralian Public Law by Gabrielle Appleby

Australian Public Law

byGabrielle Appleby, Alexander Reilly, Laura Grenfell

Paperback | June 13, 2014

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Australian Public Law 2nd Edition develops a clear theoretical framework for investigating public law. It provides comprehensive coverage of the foundational principles of public law in Australia, and introduces students to the three key institutions of government; the Judiciary, Parliamentand Executive. Rather than simply describing the nature and function of these institutions, it discusses them through key issues that arise from their functions; for the parliament, democratic legitimacy and law making, for the executive, power, control and accountability, and for the judiciary,justification for and exercise of its power of review laws and executive action.
Dr Gabrielle Appleby is a Senior Lecturer at the Adelaide Law School, University of Adelaide. Prior to becoming an academic, she spent time working for the Queensland Crown Solicitor and the Victorian Government Solicitor's Office. Alexander Reilly has been an Associate Professor in the Adelaide Law School since 2008. Previously he he...
Title:Australian Public LawFormat:PaperbackDimensions:624 pages, 9.65 × 7.48 × 0 inPublished:June 13, 2014Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195525655

ISBN - 13:9780195525656

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Table of Contents

Part One: Introducing Australian Public Law1. The Idea of Public Law2. The Development of Public Law in Australia3. A Federal CommonwealthPart Two: The People and Their Government4. Democracy and Representative Government5. Parliamentary Process and Legislative PowerPart Three: The Administrative State6. The Executive7. Executive AccountabilityPart Four: The Courts8. The Judiciary and the Separation of Judicial Power9. The Separation of Judicial Power in PracticePart Five: The Internationalisation of Australian Public Law10. Public International Law11. International Law and the Australian Legal SystemPart Six: Issues in Australian Public Law12. Human Rights in Australia13. Indigenous Peoples and Australian Public Law14. Safeguarding Australia