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Full exam notes for Administrative Law covering all topics. Covers the whole 2018 course, includi...
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HD Notes for Admin that made the exam so easy to complete with time to spare. They are simple and co...
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These notes are include three separate sections: 1) FULLY DETAILED CASE NOTES 2) FULLY DETAILED NO...
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These notes cover all topics within Administrative Law. It includes extensive summaries of all ca...
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This course can be interesting if you follow along to the materials. However, beware, it is not structured very well, and students are often left to work out where everything fits. I'd suggest you make use of the limited tutorials to ask as many questions as possible, because you cannot rely on the convenors to surmise and piece it all together at the end. Have a look at the 2016 and 2017 exam papers from week 1 to understand what kind of things to look out for and how the exams are written. You DO need to do as much of the reading as you can for this is paramount to your understanding of Administrative Law.