Ritically analyse and discuss the above statement in the light of the separation of powers within the frame work of our common law.

Statement:

a?Radical Legal Change is best effected by professional politicians who have a lifetimeas experience of
assessing the popular will. They might not be an ideal class, but they are fitter than the courts to
make radical legal changesa
a Justice Heydon


In this unit you are required to use legal citation and referencing not Harvard referencing style which is used in most of your other units. The Bibliography should include all books, articles and reports consulted including
cases or legislation. Correct footnoting should be used. Note that endnotes should not be used.
The Australian Guide to Legal Citation is available online at au/currentstudents/study-support/study-skills/handouts/lawstyle.php

You should select only seven (7) academic sources: articles or chapters from books.You should cite them appropriately in your Bibliography. Prescribed text book/s are not considered as reference material.

Please refer to the Rubric (marking guide). Make sure that you follow the guidelines carefully to avoid losing marks for unnecessary mistakes and omissions. The mark will reflect an assessment of style, structure and the content.

Ritically analyse and discuss the above statement in the light of the separation of powers within the frame work of our common law.

Assignment Question: a?Radical Legal Change is best effected by professional politicians who have a lifetimeas experience of assessing the popular will. They might not be an ideal class, but they are fitter than the courts to make radical legal changesa
a Justice Heydon

Critically analyse and discuss the above statement in the light of the separation of powers within the frame work of our common law.

In this unit you are required to use legal citation and referencing not Harvard
referencing style which is used in most of your other units.
The Bibliography should include all books, articles and reports consulted including
cases or legislation. Correct footnoting should be used. Note that endnotes should
not be used.

The Australian Guide to Legal Citation is available online at
au/currentstudents/
study-support/study-skills/handouts/lawstyle.php

The Short Essay may be based on a Chapter which has not been covered in class
before the due date. Therefore, it is expected that you do your own research on the
topic beforehand.

You should select only seven (7) academic sources: articles or chapters from books.
You should cite them appropriately in your Bibliography. Prescribed text book/s are
not considered as reference material.

Please refer to the Rubric (marking guide). Make sure that you follow the guidelines
carefully to avoid losing marks for unnecessary mistakes and omissions. The mark
will reflect an assessment of style, structure and the content.