Constitutional Law looks at the rules which govern the relationship between the different bodies within the State, that is, the executive, the legislature and the judiciary. For more information view this short video of Melbourne Law School academic Cheryl Saunders talking about the Constitution.
Video source: The Gist of It, Amnesty Australia.
For an introduction to or overview of Australian Constitutional Law we recommend that you use secondary material such as books and encyclopaedias.
For more in-depth information on specific aspects of constitutional law, use journal articles.
For more help on using secondary literature in your research, refer to the Secondary Sources for Legal Research guide.