Study the origins, development and adoption of administrative law principles into the Australian legal system. Appreciate the role of delegated legislation, merit and judicial review, the ombudsman and freedom of information legislation.
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- 02 Mar 2020
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On successful completion of this subject, students should be able to:
- demonstrate an advanced and integrated understanding of Administrative Law in Australia
- critically evaluate the Administrative Law system in light of contemporary legal issues and developments
- critically analyse and research complex problems relating to Administrative Law
- demonstrate the intellectual and practical skills needed to justify and interpret theoretical propositions, legal methodologies, conclusions and professional decisions and identify, research, evaluate and synthesise relevant factual, legal and policy issues using legislation, case law and secondary source materials.
- Introduction to Australian Administrative Law
- Statutory Interpretation in Administrative Law and Delegated Legislation
- The Legal Basis for Judicial Review
- Narrow Ultra Vires The Unauthorised Exercise of Power
- Broad Ultra Vires: Abuse of Power or Discretion
- Introduction to Procedural Fairness (Natural Justice)
- Procedural Fairness (The two rules)
- Jurisdictional Error and Non-justiciability
- Reasons and Remedies
- Tribunals and Merits Review
- Other Methods of Administrative Law Review
- Audio-Video streaming
You are recommended to have completed the following subjects(s) or have equivalent knowledge before starting this subject:
No special requirements
This subject studies the origins, development and adoption of administrative law principles into the Australian legal system, the role of delegated legislation, merit and judicial review and associated remedies and other areas of administrative law including the ombudsman and free of information legislation.
- Reserch Essay (30%)
- Discussion Board & Assignment (20%)
- Open Book Invigilated Exam (50%)
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