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Context and Method in Australian Law

Context and Method in Australian Law

By Russell Hinchy

Context and Method in Australian Law takes an innovative approach to introductory teaching and learning for first year law students. The approach is based on inquiry-guided learning and emphasises higher-order, creative and critical thinking skills because these transferrable skills underpin student learning, legal analysis and future legal practice.

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    Context and Method in Australian Law takes an innovative approach to introductory teaching and learning for first year law students. The approach is based on inquiry-guided learning and emphasises higher-order, creative and critical thinking skills because these transferrable skills underpin student learning, legal analysis and future legal practice. Context and Method in Australian Law develops these fundamental, transferrable skills through a comprehensive and innovative coverage of the historical, institutional, analytical and statutory context of law in Australia. This title includes a chapter on legal research and legal writing contributed by Dr Narrelle Morris, a Senior Lecturer with Curtin Law School.

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    ISBN: 9780455240497

    Published: 2019

    Format: Softcover

  • Table of contents

    Part 1 – Historical Context

    Chapter 1: Law and Legal Justice

    Chapter 2: The Common Law System

    Chapter 3: Reception of English Law

    Part 2 – Institutional Context

    Chapter 4: Colonial Institutions and Federation

    Chapter 5: Parliament

    Chapter 6: Legislation

    Chapter 7: Judiciary and the Courts

    Part 3: Analytical Context

    Chapter 8: Legal Reasoning

    Chapter 9: Ratio Decidendi and Case Analysis

    Chapter 10: Precedent

    Part 4 – Statutory Context

    Chapter 11: Theories of Statutory Interpretation

    Chapter 12: Statutory Reasoning

    Chapter 13: Applied Statutory Interpretation  

    Part 5 – Legal Research and Writing Skills

    Chapter 14: Legal Research and Writing

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