Winterton’s Australian Federal Constitutional Law: Commentary and Materials 4th edition Book + Federal Constitutional Law: A Contemporary View 4th edition eBook Value Bundle

Winterton’s Australian Federal Constitutional Law: Commentary and Materials 4th edition Book + Federal Constitutional Law: A Contemporary View 4th edition eBook Value Bundle

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Date: 27/07/2017

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This Value Pack bundle contains the print book version of Winterton’s Australian Federal Constitutional Law: Commentary and Materials 4th edition and the eBook version of Federal Constitutional Law: A Contemporary View 4th.

Winterton’s Australian Federal Constitutional Law: Commentary and Materials

Since the first edition in 1999, Winterton’s Australian Federal Constitutional Law: Commentary and Materials has established itself as one of the most respected constitutional law reference works.

This book is intended primarily for teaching purposes and contains material covered in virtually all Australian Federal Constitutional Law courses, and, since its third edition, Public Law courses as well. The essential topics are examined in depth to promote greater insight into constitutional principles, judicial reasoning and overall assessment of the work of the High Court. It includes commentary and materials which will also be of assistance to advanced students, scholars and researchers, as well as to judges and lawyers.

This fourth edition incorporates recent developments in the law since the last edition, including recent significant cases relating to the Commonwealth’s executive and judicial power, the Kable line of case, to implied and express rights, to Commonwealth financial relations and other important aspects of Commonwealth legislative power. There have been significant updates to all existing chapters.

Winterton’s Australian Federal Constitutional Law includes reviews of all the important constitutional decisions of the High Court of Australia and analysis of the issues that arise in those decisions. The layout of this book has been improved to promote understanding of this complex and important field.

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Federal Constitutional Law: A Contemporary View 4th Edition eBook

This fourth edition of Federal Constitutional Law: A Contemporary View continues the book’s tradition of elucidating the potentially difficult discipline of Australian federal constitutional law in an analytical, accessible and engaging way. The authors, Professor Sarah Joseph and Melissa Castan, examine contemporary perspectives, the latest developments and likely future directions of constitutional law, and supplement primary materials with their narrative-style commentary.

Features of this edition include:

· developments in executive power, separation of judicial power, inconsistency, the federal power to spend, freedom of interstate trade, implied freedom of political speech, the right to vote, and Indigenous issues;

· extracts and analysis of the latest cases, including Williams v Commonwealth (“school chaplains case”), Wotton v Queensland, Attorney-General (South Australia) v City of Adelaide (“street preachers case”), Monis v The Queen, Unions NSW v NSW, Rowe v Electoral Commissioner, Fortescue Metals Group Ltd v Commonwealth (“mining tax case”), Betfair #2, JT International v Commonwealth (“plain packaging case”), Dickson v The Queen, ICM Agriculture v Commonwealth, Commonwealth v ACT (“same sex marriage case”), Momcilovic v The Queen and the series of cases addressing the Kable principle (including the “bikie” cases);

· accessible, reader-friendly commentary and layout; and

· straightforward explanations and analysis.

Federal Constitutional Law: A Contemporary View, 4th Edition is a leading text on federal constitutional law in Australia. It is a considered and scholarly understanding of the Australian federal Constitution, an essential companion to today’s students, researchers and practitioners of constitutional law.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Constitutional Fundamentals

Chapter 2: State Constitutional Law

Chapter 3: The Executive Power of the Commonwealth

Chapter 4: Inconsistency   

Chapter 5: Commerce and Corporations   

Chapter 6: External Affairs and Defence   

Chapter 7: Commonwealth Financial Powers   

Chapter 8: Freedom of Interstate Commerce   

Chapter 9: Excise Duties   

Chapter 10: Express Rights and Freedoms   

Chapter 11: Implied Rights and Freedoms   

Chapter 12: Intergovernmental Immunities

Chapter 13: The Separation of Judicial Power

Chapter 14: Constitutional Interpretation

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