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JUDICIAL REVIEW SCAFFOLD

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A comprehensive scaffold ready to use in exam. Covers judicial review of delegated legislation....

38 pages, 11174 words

COMPREHENSIVE EXAM NOTES

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Covers Judicial Review (the second assessable half of semester). All topics are covered - from juris...

97 pages, 33815 words

Administrative Law Final Exam Notes - Essential

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Clear and comprehensive notes on all topics covered in the subject (with table of contents for easy...

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Administrative Law Exam Scaffolds

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These notes are scaffold exam answers with detailed explanations of the cases. They cover all of t...

89 pages, 27774 words

70617 Administrative Law Exam SCAFFOLDS (High Distinction)

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Topics include: 1. Freedom of Information (extracts of relevant/important provisions are at the bac...

46 pages, 15200 words

Administrative Law Distinction Notes

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Administrative Law notes - UTS Distinction notes, structured in answer / problem question form. To...

18 pages, 5219 words

Complete Administrative Law HD Notes (Spring 2018 - Latest Content)

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Complete summary covering the judicial review topic of Administrative Law, including ALL relevant au...

75 pages, 30828 words

JUDICIAL REVIEW: EXAM SCAFFOLD

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Entire course notes for Admin Law

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Notes on the readings for all weeks, covering all topics for merits review (first half of semester)...

73 pages, 34298 words

Administrative Law - Full Subject Notes

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- Merits Review - AAT - Ombudsman - Integrity Branch - Freedom of Information - Privacy - Dele...

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Reviews

Complex bulky contextual subject and requires you yo keep up with the weekly readings and assessments to remain on top of it. Once you get your head around the procedural aspects and rules it is much more manageable and digestible with a coordinator who was not only approachable but also very helpful. Final exam was also manageable if you had kept up with your notes and attending classes.

Anonymous, Autumn session, 2017

Olivia is a great lecturer / tutor. The subject itself is a little dry with some difficult concepts to grasp. Most students should pass without difficulty though.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014

I thoroughly enjoyed this subject. It is one that focuses on substantive law rather than procedural rules like Evidence and Criminal Procedure. There are two main components Judicial Review and Merit Review. Both main topics contain a step by step procedure to follow and it appears very systematic in addressing a problem question. It contains a class participation component, problem question assignment and final exam. The final exam this semester required a lot in a limited period of time i.e. two theory based questions and a problem question (with 4 10 mark questions) so it is a good idea to try your best during the semester in those two assessment tasks. Both the tutors and lecturers are very helpful and deliver the content in a digestible manner.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014