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SMU Module Review: LAW204 Constitutional & Administrative Law

Constitutional law is concerned with the organization of the state, and the interrelationship between the government, civil society, and the individual. Administrative law is about the governance of public bodies exercising statutory or other powers or performing public duties. 2 We are generally concerned with the rights of the individual vis-à-vis the state, how law, institutions, and norms promote good governance, how political power and public law functions are legitimated, how abuses of public power are prevented or remedied. The course is notionally divided into two parts. One part deals with the constitutional structure of the Singapore legal system, and will cover fundamental concepts such as constitutionalism, democracy, the rule of law and the separation of powers. It will also consider the roles of, and issues relating to, the branches of government: the Executive, Legislature and Judiciary.

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