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Law and Justice in Australia takes a historical, critical and contextual approach to law and justice and offers readers a mix of stories, cases, article extracts and explanatory commentary. Written in a natural narrative style, this book encourages students to develop an in-depth understanding of the legal system and creates a sound basis for further law study.The third edition prepares students to start thinking like lawyers; challenging them to deal with significant material, think deeply about law and society, and develop critical skills that can be applied to their future careers.New to this edition New chapter The Modern Lawyer draws on current research about the psychological wellbeing of lawyers and the development of personal and professional resilience within the context of the legal system of the twenty-first century Renewed focus on providing a global perspective with international and comparative law All chapters have been updated and engaging new stories addedOUP ANZ correction notice for Law and Justice in Australia: Foundations of the Legal System (2013).Please note the following sentence on pg. 227 is incorrect, and the words ‘and to his own children’ are to be removed with immediate effect:‘…It was believed that he had made a practice of writing threatening letters to members of his wife’s family and to his own children.’OUP ANZ apologises for any harm associated with the error and is in the process of amending both print and digital editions of Law and Justice in Australia: Foundations of the Legal System (2013).
Part 1: The Australian Legal System 1. The Distinctiveness of Australian Law 2. The Place of Australia in Global LawPart 2: The English Heritage 3. The Royal Courts and the Developments of the Common Law 4. Lawyers and the Early Development of the Doctrine of PrecedentPart 3: The Impact of the English Heritage 5. The Idea of Law in the Civil War and the Glorious Revolution 6. The Impact on the Indigenous Inhabitants 7. Britain and the Great Colonists: Using the HeritagePart 4: Moving Towards Independence 8. The Nature and Scope of Parliamentary Democracy in the States 9. Federation as the Will of the People 10. Independent Attitudes, Race and JusticePart 5: Drawing on the Heritage: Legal Institutions in Action 11. Classifying Australian Law 12. The Courts in Action 13. The Doctrine of Precedent 14. The Doctrine of Precedent in Action 15. Interpreting Statutes 16. The Modern Lawyer 17. Conclusion: The Importance of Law
ISBN: 9780195576566 ISBN-10: 019557656X Audience:
Tertiary; University or College
Number Of Pages: 512 Published: 26th September 2013 Publisher: Oxford University Press Australia Country of Publication: AU Dimensions (cm): 24.7 x 19.1
Weight (kg): 0.94
Edition Number: 3 Edition Type: Revised