LexisNexis Study Guide Constitutional Law 3rd Edition, is designed to assist students in learning the foundations for effective, systematic exam preparation and revision.
Each chapter of this popular law book, clearly identifies and explains the pertinent and often difficult topics within constitutional law.
The most important and recent cases are summarised to consolidate the practical understanding of theoretical concepts, making this one of the best unibooks students can refer to for all law-related studies.
The latest edition in this line of law books has been fully updated with recent developments, including: the decisions in McCloy v NSW, Brown v Tasmania and Re Canavan; and features a new chapter on ‘Citizens, Democracy and the Legislature’.
Significant recent issues discussed include the parliamentary eligibility ‘citizenship crisis’ and Uluru Statement from the Heart.
Includes key cases and commentary.
Short, concise paragraphs, tables, bullet-pointed summaries and examples to illustrate theory in practice.
Simplifies revision and exam study assists students to understand and retain key principles.
Presented as a compact and portable unibook that is great for open book exams.
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