|Essays on Law & Government Volume 2 - PDF||01/02/1996||30147807||$60.01|
Part of the Finn Essay Series available in PDF. This, the second volume of this series of essays in law and government, moves to a more particular theme. It is that of the citizen-state relationship as that relationship is worked out in our courts. For this reason the volume does not limit itself to any one particular body of legal doctrine which regulates that relationship. Rather, it ranges widely across different bodies of law. Its object in this is to reveal more fully than would otherwise be the case, the manner in which the courts (with or without statutory impetus) mediate between the citizen and the state and the techniques and values relied upon in that process.
As with its predecessor, this collection of essays is the product of a small seminar held at the Australian National University in August 1995.
Table of Contents
Volume 2 – The Citizen and the State in the Courts
- The Citizen and the State in the Courts
- Claims Against the Government Legislation
- Tort and Equity Claims Against the State
- Money Claims By and Against the State
Keith Mason, QC
- Constitutionally Protected Individual Rights
- Criminal Procedure and the Fair Trial Principle
Mark Weinberg, QC
- Procedural Fairness
- Principles of Statutory Interpretation Relating to Government
- Public Interest Privileges and Immunities
The Hon Mr Justice T M Gault
- Standing and the State
The Hon Justice K E Lindgren
Sir Anthony Mason
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