Australian Public Law and Becoming a Lawyer

Australian Public Law and Becoming a Lawyer


This value pack contains Australian Public Law 2nd edition and the Becoming a Lawyer 3rd edition.Australian Public Law begins with a consideration of the idea of public law and develops a clear theoretical framework for investigating its subject matter. It introduces students to the key principles, concepts and institutions in Australian Public Law and provides a solid foundation for the study of constitutional and administrative law. The `public law' concept is explained through analysis of the mechanisms of power and control, including discussions of the functioning of the institutions of government and contemporary issues.Becoming a Lawyer provides practical, experience-based advice for students beginning their law studies. It offers insight into the unique elements of law school culture, letting students know what to expect and what is expected of them, giving realistic advice and tips to get the most from their studies. For more information about these titles, including table of contents, please see their individual pages:Australian Public LawBecoming a Lawyer

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Gabrielle Appleby, Alexander Reilly, Laura Grenfell, Michael Brogan, David Spencer
Mixed media product
Publication date
02 Feb 2018
Oxford University Press Australia
OUP Australia and New Zealand
Publication City/Country
Melbourne, Australia