Fed Con – lengthy exam notes

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  • UniversityUniversity of New South Wales
  • AreaLaw
  • CourseFederal Constitutional Law
  • Course CodeLAWS2150
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  • Authorkatiesmith
  • Created2015
  • Pages96
  • Approved24 April 2017

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About these notes

These were the exam notes that summarised the course. I used them in the exam, but they’re a good synopsis of the whole course with which you can make yourself shorter summaries. Nothing was missed in these notes.


These are complete and clear course summary notes for Federal Constitutional at University of New South Wales. The course code is LAWS2150.


These are brilliant notes that I put together to help me achieve a top mark in this subject. I wrote the notes to cover all the content throughout the course and it has been formatted well to allow for clear navigation of the content in studying for the exam. The notes are 96 pages of concise and exam focused. They will enable you to maximise your score in the exam.


Major topics covered in these notes include:

  • High Court And Constitutional Interpretation
  • High Court And Characterisation
  • Inconsistency Of Laws
  • External Affairs Power
  • Trade And Commerce Power
  • Corporations Power
  • Races Power
  • Tax Power
  • Grants Power
  • Trial By Jury
  • Freedom Of Religion
  • Interstate Trade And Commerce
  • Freedom Of Political Communication
  • Judicial Power + Detention
  • Melbourne Corporation Principle



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