Parliaments and courts

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Hart, Caroline. 2018. "Parliaments and courts." Marinac, Anthony, Simpson, Brian, Hart, Caroline, Chisholm, Rhianna, Nielsen, Jennifer and Brogan, Michael (ed.) Learning law. Cambridge, United Kingdom. Cambridge University Press. pp. 49-86
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Parliaments and courts

Book Chapter CategoryTextbook (chapter)
ERA Publisher ID1418
Book TitleLearning law
Authors
AuthorHart, Caroline
EditorsMarinac, Anthony, Simpson, Brian, Hart, Caroline, Chisholm, Rhianna, Nielsen, Jennifer and Brogan, Michael
Page Range49-86
Chapter Number3
Number of Pages38
Year2018
PublisherCambridge University Press
Place of PublicationCambridge, United Kingdom
ISBN9781316642795
Web Address (URL)http://assets.cambridge.org/97813166/42795/frontmatter/9781316642795_frontmatter.pdf
Abstract

In a diverse and ever-changing world, the teaching of law must prepare students for the unique context of practising law in the twenty-first century. Learning Law is an indispensable guide for students beginning their law studies. It provides the foundational knowledge and skills required for the study and practice of law, and also instils in students a passion and excitement for the law.

Keywordslaw, lawyers, justice, history of law, parliaments, courts, role and functions of parliament, hierarchy of courts,
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020480702. Constitutional law
480505. Legal practice, lawyering and the legal profession
480504. Legal institutions (incl. courts and justice systems)
480499. Law in context not elsewhere classified
480501. Access to justice
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Byline AffiliationsSchool of Law and Justice
Institution of OriginUniversity of Southern Queensland
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