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SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS

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JOURNAL ARTICLES

Gleeson, Murray The Role of a Judge in a Representative Democracy speech given to the Judiciary of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas, 4 January 2008.

Via High Court website

Ken Marks, Judicial Independence (1994) 68 ALJ 173.

Via Library eReadings

Reilly, Alexander., Parliamentary process and legislative power in Australian Public Law , Oxford University Press, 2011, pp. 79-107

Via Library eReadings

Suri Ratnapala, What is law? in A Career in Law (ed J Corkery), Federation Press, Sydney, 1989, 8-17.

Via Library eReadings

The Fourth Hamlyn Lecture 2003 (shortened version), The Hamlyn Lectures, Fifty-Fifth Series, Judicial Activism Authority, Principle and Policy in the Judicial Method. The Hon Justice Michael Kirby AC CMG, High Court of Australia , Delivered 25 November 2003, University Of Cardiff, UK .

Via High Court of Australia website

See also same speech from 19, 20 & 24 of November

P. W. Young, Dismissal of Judges (1993) 67 ALJ 83.

Via Library eReadings

Young, P W, High Court declares part of cross-vesting scheme invalid (1999) 73 ALJ 487.

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Law Reform Commission Publications

Victorian Law Reform Commission, Civil Justice Review: Report [2008] VLRC 14

(see Chapter 4, Pages 212-218)

Via AustLII

ACTS

Australia Act 1986 (Imp)

Via UK Statute database

Constitution Act 1902 (NSW)

Table of contents: via AustLII

7B

Constitution

Table of contents: via AustLII

s72

Acts Interpretation Act 1901 (Cth)

s 15AA

s 15AB

Interpretation Act 1987 (NSW)

s 33

s 34

CASES

The Amalgamated Society of Engineers v Adelaide Steamship Co (Engineers Case) (1920) 28 CLR 129.

Highlighted sections to read at pages: 154-155.

Via Library eReadings

Building Construction Employees and Builders Labourers Federation of New South Wales v Minister for Industrial Relations (1986) 7 NSWLR 372.

Highlighted sections to read at pages: 375-379, 381-385, 413-415, 417-420.

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The Commonwealth v Tasmania (Tasmanian Dams Case) (1983) 158 CLR 1

Highlighted sections to read at pages: 59-63, 79-82, 92, 97-102, 106, 120-132, 134, 170-171, 177, 187, 194-198, 216-222, 226, 233-234, 236-239, 255-256, 258-262, 264, 266-268, 306-310.

Via Library ereadings

Grey v Pearson 10 Eng. Rep. 1216 1694-1865

Via English Reports

Harris v Caladine (1991) 172 CLR 84.

Highlighted sections to read at pages: 90-97.

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Heydon's Case 76 Eng. Rep. 637 1378-1865

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Kable v Director of Public Prosecutions for NSW (1996) 189 CLR 51

Students are directed to the judgement of McHugh J, which provides a good discussion of the relevant issues.

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Mabo v Queensland (No 2) (1992) 175 CLR 1

Hightlighted sections to read at pages: 16-17, 20-21,25-43, 69-71, 75-76, 217.

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Minister for Arts Heritage and Environment and Environment v Peko-Wallsend (1987) 75 ALR 218

Highlighted sections to read at database pages: 5-8.

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Queensland v The Commonwealth (Second Territorial Senators Case) (1977) 139 CLR 585.

Via AustLII

Re Wakim; ex parte McNally (1999) 198 CLR 511

Highlighted sections to read at pages: 572-582.

Via Library eReadings

Ruddock v Vadarlis [2001] FCA 1329

Highlighted section to read: paragraphs 162, 176-185 and 191-193 (Pages 533, 537-541 and 542-543).

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R v Kirby; ex parte Boilermakers Society of Australia (Boilermakers Case) (1956) 94 CLR 254

Highlighted sections to read at pages: 266-272, 274-276, 278-279, 281-282, 284-289, 296.

Via Library eReadings

State Government Insurance Commission v Trigwell (1979) 142 CLR 617

Highlighted sections to read at pages: 629-636. (from Topics 5 & 9)

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University of Wollongong v Metwally (1984) 158 CLR 447

Highlighted sections to read at pages: 452-453, 455-458, 468-469, 473-475, 478-479, 487-488.

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Viskauskas v Niland (1982) 153 CLR 208

Highlighted sections to read at pages: 283-285, 287, 291-292.

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Victoria v The Commonwealth (Petroleum and Minerals Authority Case) (1975) 134 CLR 81

Highlighted sections to read at pages: 109-110, 112-124, 126, 143-149, 154-156, 162, 164-165, 168-170, 172, 177-180, 200.

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Wakeling v Ripley (1951) 51 SR (NSW) 183

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Waterside Workers Federation of Australia v JW Alexander (Alexanders Case) (1918) 25 CLR 434

Highlighted sections to read at pages: 449-450, 454-457, 461-470, 486-488.

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Western Australia v The Commonwealth (First Territorial Senators Case) (1975) 134 CLR 201.

Highlighted sections to read at pages: 255-257, 267-273, 275, 286-287.

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