Hedge Notes

Thursday, 6 December 2007

John Pyke on Hedge Notes

From the 2007 Federal Constitutional Law Exam Questions Feedback written by (at least this bit) John Pyke (and reproduced with his permission):

"One odd point – I wondered why so many students discussing the law on implementation of treaties cited only Burgess and the Dam case, without saying that the 4:3 majority in the Dam case had since been confirmed by a 6:1 majority in the IR Act case – important point, you might think. Then I looked at the Hedge Law Notes and found that that was all that Susan had said in them! Susan will be thrilled to know that so many of you seem to be using her notes, but as she herself says, the intelligent thing to do is to start with some prepared notes, and then go through them with your text or lecture material by your side, and improve them. This applies even to her famous notes!"

Of course, I agree. Update the notes and they'll serve you well.

Friday, 20 July 2007

Hedge Notes

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Notes from 2005:

LWB231 Public Law Notes

LWB235 Federal Constitutional Notes

LWB238 Criminal Law A Notes

LWB406 Public International Law Notes

Notes from 2006:

LWB236 Property A Notes

LWB237 Property B Notes

LWB239 Criminal Law B Notes

LWB240 Equity Notes

LWB432 Evidence Notes

LWB486 Intellectual Property Notes

Notes from 2007:

LWB241 Trusts Notes

LWB331 Administrative Law Notes

LWB332 Commercial Law Notes

LWB334 Corporate Law Notes

LWB431 Civil Procedure Notes

LWB433 Professional Responsibility Notes

Note: If there are no notes for a subject on this blog, I either don't want to share them, or don't have any. Cheers.