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The principles and working of the constitution, the institutions of government, the exercise of public power and relations between the citizen and the state. Controls on the exercise of public power, including an introduction to judicial review.
The subject provides students with an understanding of the New Zealand constitution – its history, institutions, laws and conventions. It covers two broad areas of law – constitutional law and administrative law. Constitutional law is concerned with the functioning of central government, administrative law with judicial review of executive and official action. The former involves the study of law, politics, history and convention, the latter involves study of the citizens’ rights in dealing with central government, public decision-makers and local bodies.
LAWS101 and LAWS110
TUTORIALSTutorials in LAW 206 will be held according to the timetable you will be given at the start of Term One. Enrolment in Tutorials will be advised via email closer to the start of the course.
Professor Joseph is Course Supervisor in Semester One and Dr Hopkins is Course Supervisor in Semester Two for Public Law in 2017.
Assessment for this course may be by way of an Essay, a Midsessional Test and a Final Examination.The assessment will be confirmed in the first week of lectures.
Constitutional & Administrative Law in New Zealand
Thomson Reuters, 2014.
This is a compulsory core course for the LLB degree.
Domestic fee $1,549.00
International fee $7,050.00
* All fees are inclusive of NZ GST or any equivalent overseas tax, and do not include any programme level discount or additional course-related expenses.
Maximum enrolment is 250
For further information see
Faculty of Law