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  • Monday 14 November 2005

    Andrew Lynch comments on the role played by last week's urgent legislation in the terrorism arrests in the Sydney Morning Herald

  • Monday 14 November 2005

    Centre submission to the Senate Inquiry on the Anti-Terrorism Bill discussed in The Age

  • Monday 7 November 2005

    Andrew Lynch discusses the new Anti-Terrorism Act (No 1) on the ABC`s The 7.30 Report

  • Monday 7 November 2005

    Andrew Lynch comments on the emergency passage of the Anti-Terrorism Act (No 1) in the Sydney Morning Herald

  • Wednesday 2 November 2005

    George Williams writes in the Courier Mail on the retirement of Justice Michael McHugh

  • Wednesday 2 November 2005

    George Williams speaks on ABC Radio`s Law Report

  • Wednesday 2 November 2005

    Andrew Lynch writes for the Age on the use by Australian courts of evidence gained through torture

  • Wednesday 2 November 2005

    George Williams and Ben Saul speak to The Australian on the impact of the new anti-terrorism laws on university campuses

  • Monday 31 October 2005

    George Williams writes in the Sydney Morning Herald , The Age and Courier Mail on Australian and UK terror laws

  • Monday 31 October 2005

    George Williams speaks on ABC Radio`s AM and ABC TV`s Lateline on the Constitution and terror laws

  • Monday 31 October 2005
  • Monday 31 October 2005

    Andrew Lynch discusses the new terrorism laws on Radio National Breakfast`s Friday Panel

  • Monday 24 October 2005

    Ben Saul's examines the impact of proposed sedition laws on the media in The Australian

  • Wednesday 19 October 2005

    Submission made to Senate Legal and Constitutional Committee on Law and Justice Legislation Amendment (Video Link Evidence and Other Measures) Bill 2005.

  • Wednesday 19 October 2005

    Ben Saul argues in The Age that new sedition laws will undermine free speech

  • Wednesday 12 October 2005
  • Monday 26 September 2005

    Centre Director writes in the Australian Fiancial Review on the proposal for new Australian counter-terrorism laws

  • Wednesday 21 September 2005

    Ben Saul reviews The Torture Papers and Centre Associate Ben Golder reviews two books on Guantanamo in the Sydney Law Review

  • Monday 19 September 2005

    Publication of The Fluid State: International Law and National Legal Systems, edited by Hilary Charlesworth, Madelaine Chiam, Devika Hovell and George Williams

  • Monday 19 September 2005

    Andrew Lynch comments upon the position of State ministers not sitting in Parliament under the NSW Constitution in the Sydney Morning Herald

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