Constitutional Law Teacher's Clearing House


This Clearing House provides a resource point for teaching relating information on constitutional law. It includes information on core courses (in constitutional law and introductory public law) as well as electives and postgraduate subjects. The page serves as a reference point for students wishing to study in the area as well as for teachers thinking about new or revitalised courses and assessment. Please email us if you have course outlines, exams or other teaching related material that could be hosted on the site or linked to from it.

An email discussion list operates for teachers of constitutional law. You can subscribe to the list by sending an email to mailserv@unimelb.edu.au with the text "subscribe CON-TEACHERS". If you have any problems in subscribing, please email Dr Simon Evans of the University of Melbourne Faculty of Law, who administers the list.

If you use any of the below material, please give due acknowledgement to the author.

Casebook Supplements

Case Supplements for Tony Blackshield and George Williams, Australian Constitutional Law and Theory: Commentary and Materials (Federal Press, 4thd ed 2006)

Course Outlines

Constitutional Law (Study Guide) and
Constitutional Law (Topic Outline)
Elizabeth Handsley, School of Law, Flinders University of South Australia

Constitutional Law
Sarah Joseph, Faculty of Law, Monash University

Constitutional Law and Administration (Unit Outline) and
Constitutinal Law and Administration (Seminar Outline)
Alex Reilly, School of Law, University of Adelaide

Constitutional Law and Administration 1 (Semester 1, 2006)
Assessment Questions
Margaret Kelly, Division of Law, Department of Law, Macquarie University

Federal Constitutional Law
Keven Booker, Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales

Federal Constitutional Law
Andrew Lynch

Federal Constitutional Law
George Williams, Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales

Public Law
George Williams, Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales

Exams, Questions and Workbooks

Administrative Law Workbook
Constitutional Law Workbook
Christopher Enright
Materials for the above can now be located at www.legalskills.com.au

Federal Constitutional Law 2001 Take Home Exam
George Williams, Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales

Introduction to Administrative Law
Introduction to Constitutional Law
Legal Skills
Christopher Enright
Materials for the above can now be located at www.legalskills.com.au

Public Law 2002 Take Home Exam
George Williams, Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales

Submissions

Purvis v State of New South Wales (Submissions of People With Disabilities, appearing as Amicus Curiae)

S157 v Commonwealth (Reply of the Plaintiff)

Republic of Fiji v Prasad, Respondent's Brief, published at (2001) 2 Melbourne Journal of International Law 151

Web Links

Asia Pacific Cross-Border Online Rights Network (ACORN)

Australian Association of Constitutional Law

Australian Public Law Northern Territory University

Basal Questions
Blog by Dr Simon Evans

Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies
University of Melbourne

Centre for International and Public Law
Australian National University

Centre for Public, International and Comparative Law
University of Queensland

Democratic Audit of Australia
Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University

International Association of Constitutional Law

International Constitutional Law Project

Jurist Australia Course Pages

The Australian Federal Constitution: A Guide to Net Resources

The Samuel Griffith Society