LAW301 Constitutional Law - University of the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia

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LAW301 Constitutional Law

This course introduces you to the Australian constitutional arrangements for allocating powers to governmental institutions and for establishing the legal relationship between those institutions and the people of Australia. You will examine the law-making powers of the Commonwealth and Queensland parliaments with particular emphasis upon matters about which the Commonwealth may make laws; the relationship between the three branches of government—the legislature, the executive and the judiciary—and the role of the High Court in deciding whether they have acted within their constitutional powers.

Course detail

Prerequisite
LAW102 and enrolled in any Law Program or AB101, XU301, UU302 or UU301
Semester of offer Subject to change
  • Sunshine Coast: Semester 1
Units
12.00
EFTSL
0.125
Student contribution band
Band 3
Tuition fee
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Course outline

LAW301 Course Outline Semester 1, 2020 (PDF 252KB)

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