LLAW2213 Administrative Law 1: Judicial Review [Statutory Interpretation II]
This topic is no longer available. See below for details for 2021.
1 x 110-minute lecture weekly 1 x 50-minute tutorial fortnightly
1 Admission into BLAWLP-Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice 1a Admission into BLAWLPG-Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice (Graduate Entry) 1b Admission into BLAWLPR-Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice 1c Admission into BLAWLPRH-Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice (Honours) 1d Admission into BLAWLPRGH-Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice (Graduate Entry) (Honours) 1e Admission into BLAWLPRG-Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice (Graduate Entry) 2 1 of LLAW1212, LLAW1104 3 1 of LLAW1213, LLAW1103 Must Satisfy: ((1 or 1a or 1b or 1c or 1d or 1e) and 2 and 3)
Enrolment not permitted
1 of LLAW2107, LLAW3311 has been successfully completed
Judicial review of administrative action, state and Commonwealth; theAdministrative Decisions Judicial Review Act 1977(Cth) and the relevant SA Rules of Court 2006; standing; reviewability; grounds of review; remedies. Statutory Interpretation 2 will include extrinsic aids to interpretation; the presumptions in statutory interpretation; the provisions of State and Commonwealth Acts Interpretation Acts on public officers.
This topic aims to assist students to:
Understand the principles of judicial review
Apply these principles to concrete problems
Formulate and evaluate solutions to concrete problems
Understand and apply statutory interpretation principles in concrete cases
Expected learning outcomes
On completion of this topic you will be expected to be able to:
Explain the principles of judicial review
Apply these principles to a problem
Construct solutions to judicial review problems
Understand and apply principles of statutory interpretation to legal problems at an advanced level
Key dates and timetable
Timetable details for 2021 are no longer published.
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