News

2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005
  • Wednesday 10 May 2017

    Melissa Crouch writes in APPS Policy Forum on the conviction of Jakarta’s Christian Governor Ahok on blasphemy charges

  • Wednesday 3 May 2017

    Jessie Blackbourn, Andrew Lynch, NIcola McGarrity, Tamara Tulich and George Williams make a submission to the Independent National Security Legislation Monitor on Statutory Deadline Reviews

  • Wednesday 19 April 2017

    On the AUSPUBLAW blog in April so far:  Anna Olijnyk on State tribunals and judicial power, Tony Blackshield on the Bob Day disqualification decision, Yee-Fui Ng on a foreign political donations ban, and the April public law events update

  • Monday 10 April 2017

    Applications are open for one UNSW Law student to enrol in Semester 2 in the Sir Anthony Mason Research Project in Constitutional Law (closing 25 April). Click here for more details and the application form

  • Monday 27 March 2017

    Gabrielle Appleby, A.J. Brown, Adam Graycar, Grant Hoole and Anthony Whealy submit a discussion paper to Australia Policy Online on 'Strengthening Australia’s national integrity system: priorities for reform'. Paper also mentioned in the Mandarin

  • Wednesday 22 March 2017

    On the AUSPUBLAW blog in March so far: Cate Bond on flag-burning in Australia, Matthew Butt on Centrelink’s ‘robodebt’ system and administrative law, Conor Gearty on human rights after Brexit, Byron Karemba on the prerogative after the Miller case in the UK, and the regular update on public law events

  • Wednesday 22 March 2017

    February highlights from the AUSPUBLAW blog: Tony Blackshield on Senator Culleton’s disqualification, Heather Roberts on the significance of Kiefel CJ’s swearing-in ceremony and Jessie Blackbourn’s comparative piece on the UK’s Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation

  • Monday 13 March 2017

    Videos of each session of the 2017 Constitutional Law Conference are now available on the event site. Some papers and powerpoint slides are also available

  • Monday 27 February 2017

    A Storify page captured the storm of #publawteach Twitter activity at Public Law in the Classroom 2017

  • Wednesday 22 February 2017

    Harry Hobbs, Andrew Lynch and George Williams publish ‘The High Court under Chief Justice Robert French’ in (2017) 91 Australian Law Journal 53

  • Monday 13 February 2017

    Gabrielle Appleby and Joe McIntyre write for Inside Story on Donald Trump's sacking of acting US Attorney-General, Sally Yates

  • Wednesday 8 February 2017

    We welcome new Centre and Faculty Member Lauren Butterly who will be teaching Administrative Law, and continuing her research on environmental law and governance, native title, Indigenous rights and administrative law

  • Wednesday 8 February 2017

    Drs Nicola McGarrity and Jessie Blackbourn have launched a new website which provides a comprehensive overview of Australia's anti-terrorism laws and prosecutions. It can be viewed at ausnatsec.wordpress.com or followed on Twitter at @ausnatsec

  • Monday 6 February 2017

    Rosalind Dixon writes in the Financial Review on 'Judicial appointments in the age of Trump'

  • Monday 6 February 2017

    George Williams writes in the Sydney Morning Herald on Chief Justice Susan Kiefel

  • Monday 6 February 2017

    Melissa Crouch writes for the Myanmar Times on the assassination of a prominent constitutional lawyer in Myanmar

  • Wednesday 1 February 2017

    The AUSPUBLAW blog kicks off 2017 with Sarah Moulds examining parliamentary committee scrutiny of recent terrorism laws, and the latest public law events update

  • Monday 23 January 2017

    Andrew Lynch writes in the Australian on what to expect from the High Court under new Chief Justice Susan Kiefel

  • Wednesday 4 January 2017

    Gabrielle Appleby, Sean Brennan, Ros Dixon and Gemma McKinnon make a submission to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights on Freedom of Speech in Australia Inquiry

  • Wednesday 4 January 2017

    George Williams writes in the Sydney Morning Herald on constitutional reform

Syndicate content