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Future Directions in Australian Constitutional Law

Essays in honour of Professor Leslie Zines

Edited by Geoffrey Lindell

CONTENTS

From the address by Sir Anthony Mason AC KBE:
'The authors of the essays are leading commentators. ... They range over an array of topics. The intrinsic importance of the essays is that they deal with questions of legislative power. ... The subjects dealt with include proportionality ... and implication.'


CONTENTS

Address by Sir Anthony Mason, Chief Justice

Recent Developments in the Judicial Interpretation of the Australian Constitution
Geoffrey Lindell

1947 Revisited: The Immunity of the Commonwealth from State Law
John Doyle

The People and the Judges: Constitutional Referendums and Judicial Interpretation
Michael Coper

Unconstitutionality and its Consequences
Enid Campbell

Proportionality in Australian Constitutional Adjudication
HP Lee

Implications in Language, Law and the Constitution
Jeffrey Goldsworthy

The Separation of Judicial Power as an Implied Bill of Rights
George Winterton

Concepts of Equality in the Australian Constitution
Cheryl Saunders

The Implied Freedom of Communication
AR Blackshield

Bibliography of Professor Leslie Zines
James Thomson

Table of Cases/ Table of Statutes/ Index
   

Published November 1994
Publisher The Federation Press
Hardback/304pp
ISBN 9781862871472
Australian RRP $55.00
International Price $49.50
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Out of print


Law - Constitutional


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