That blue book all Law students hate to love and love to hate. The AGLC itself tells you how to reference everything and anything, but this video will show you how to have a better relationship with your blue law school bible.
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Laws of Australia
So you've just received your mooting problem. Now what?
The doors of Parliament House will open on Sunday 19 March for a community day that explores the next chapter in the evolution of Melbourne’s iconic landmark.
Australia does not have a constitutional bill of rights, that is a section of our constitution that outlines what social and political rights all Australians have by virtue of their citizenship, birth or location.
A filibuster is a parliamentary tactic to delay a motion being discussed by the house, be it the Senate of the USA or some other place. Why is a filibuster not possible in Australia? How does it work? I've got you.
Want to know what a writ of habeas corpus is? I've got you.
Courts. How often do you go to them? Not enough? I bet. So if you're not going to the mountain, I am bringing the mountain to you. Read on:
A worker who told his boss to "kiss my arse" lost an unfair dismissal case after the Fair Work Commission found he had resigned "in a moment of pique"....
Politics is like sport for nerds and because that much is true, an election is like the grand final.
As a massive nerd, I went to look for the original letters between the Attorney-General, the Prime Minister and the Governor-General dissolving the Parliament and proclaiming an election.
How do demerit points for driving licence offences work in Victoria?