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Administrative law regulates the relationship between the state and its people, in other words, the relationship between the government and the governed. In particular, it regulates the powers and procedures of the executive branch of government and establishes the mechanisms for ensuring legality, transparency and accountability in executive decision-making. This subject completes the core curriculum’s examination of the legal framework of government in Australia. In doing so, it builds on and assumes the knowledge gained in all earlier compulsory subjects especially Principles of Public Law and Constitutional Law.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

The trick to doing well on the exam is to do a lot of practice questions and use these to pre-prepare introductory sentences and the structure for hypotheticals to take in. There is so much to write in such a short time limit that there really isn't much time to think. The exam answer still has to be tailored to the specific question but automating simple parts like introductory sentences can save a surprising amount of time.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2013