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Evaluate Australia’s Constitutional Protection of Rights

An evaluation of Australia’s Constitutional protection of rights is a possible question for the next SAC or your final examination when we look at the study design.. Last year in the final examination the Rights question was based on a comparison of the Australian system with the approach adopted by another of the selected countries … Continue reading


Does S116 of the Commonwealth Constitution create a freedom of religion in Australia or does it merely restrict Parliament’s ability to legislate to establish a state religion or interfere in some religious matters? Explain. (4 marks)


While the Yamaha Express is making music across the High Country of NSW, VCE Legal Studies students should be well on the way to catching up on their notes. Have a good look at how Australia protects rights with our Constitution and Implied means such as judicial determinations and state legislation. Become an expert of … Continue reading


Yesterday the International Court of Justice ruled on Japanese Whaling ventures. They are to cease whaling and there will be no appeal. We believe in justice but I have been looking for this ruling since 1977.

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