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This course examines the exercise of statutory power by administrative agencies and officials, and the means by which administrative decisions may be reviewed and challenged. Mechanisms for extra-judicial redress such as ombudsmen and freedom of information legislation are also considered.
|Faculty||Faculty of Business and Law|
|School||Newcastle Law School|
On successful completion of this course, students will be able to: 1. Demonstrate specialised knowledge and understanding of the concepts and principles of administrative law. 2. Demonstrate further development of skills in analysis and critique of relevant primary and secondary legal materials. 3. Apply legal reasoning in order to provide expert advice in response to hypothetical administrative law problems; 4. Critically appreciate the broader context in which administrative law may be relevant. 5. Demonstrate reflective understanding of gaps and uncertainties in administrative law. 6. Undertake autonomous research related to complex, contemporaneous jurisprudence. 7. Prepare advanced level written communication in the context of administrative law.
The content in this course includes but is not limited to the following: 1. The Nature and Functions of Administrative Law. 2. Judicial Review of Administrative Action. 3. (Extra-judicial) Merits Review of Administrative Action (including the Administrative Appeals Tribunal). 4. Means of investigating administrative action (the Ombudsman). 5. Access to information held by the administration (Freedom of Information and Privacy Law).
|Assumed Knowledge||LAWS6001, LAWS6002A, LAWS6002B, LAWS6003A, LAWS6003B, LAWS6004A, LAWS6004B, LAWS6005, LAWS6006.|
|Modes of Delivery||Internal Mode
|Timetable||2014 Course Timetables for LAWS6007|