Law Notes


Once upon a time I was at Law School, while entertaining and fun one of the more useful things I found were the notes floating around. Mostly they were useful just to compare and play with, I’ve kept them here for others because apparently they are useful. Please remember they are very old by this point. But do as you will with them.

Hopefully these notes should make University life just that much easier. Please keep in mind some may be old and if this is all your relying on to get you through your course you are going to fail, and you can trust me on that one.

Many thanks to those who have supplied the notes over the years and to those who haven’t contributed please do, karma helps with exams, its a widely believed fact :)

If you’ve notes please post a comment and I’ll get in touch, thanks!

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  1. Grace
    6:17 pm on June 26th, 2015

    Hi Simon
    Great notes -practically very useful
    May I ask you a equation:
    Since 39B of Judicial Act gives Federal Court original jurisdiction to review a decision made by an officer of the Commonwealth, which has been interpreted to include Federal court Judges, can a party apply for Judicial Review against a judgement or order made by a federal court judge when the appeal of the litigant is abandoned?

    Thanks and look forward to hearing from you


  2. Petra
    3:10 am on August 12th, 2015

    You are a gem :)

  3. Asheesh
    8:31 am on April 28th, 2016

    I agree with Petra :).

    Abandon means give up, a total desertion, an absolute relinquishment.

    When you give up your appeal, how can you seek judicial review of the same? The Court will be pleased to dismiss your application with COSTS :)

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