Administrative Law Exam Notes Bible

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  • UniversityUniversity of Adelaide
  • AreaLaw
  • CourseAdministrative Law
  • Course CodeLAW2504
  • ProfessorJudith Bannister
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  • Authormarstef
  • Created2015
  • Pages40
  • Approved30 December 2017

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About these notes

Exam notes specifically written to navigate the Administrative Law (LAW2504) exam. These are a streamlined version of my Comprehensive Administrative Law Notes designed to guide students in tackling the style of exam questions written. The flowchart style helped me quickly answer all relevant components of each question asked and get a distinction for the course.

 

The major topics covered in these notes include:

  • Merits Review Generally
  • What Are The Decisions, Who Is/Are The Decision Maker(S), And What Is The Source Of The Power To Make The Decision?
  • Where Can You Seek Review?
  • Who Is Seeking Review, And Are There Any Preconditions To Review?
  • Decisions Suitable For Merits Review
  • What Grounds Of Review Will Be Argued?
  • What Remedies Will Be Sought?
  • Judicial Review Generally
  • What Is/Are The Decision(S), Who Is/Are The Decision Maker(S) And What Is The Source Of The Power To Make The Decision?
  • Where Can You Seek Review?
  • Who Is Seeking Review?
  • What Grounds Of Review Will Be Argued?
  • What Remedies Will Be Sought?

 

About the author: This is a University of Adelaide Law/Commerce student with a history of scoring top marks in Law subjects. They graduate the Bachelor of Laws with Second Class Division A Honours and a GPA of 5.750. This student also gradated from the Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) with a GPA of 5.875.

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