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  • Monday 5 December 2016

    Melissa Crouch quoted in an article by Jewel Topsfield in the SMH in relation to the rallies in Jakarta calling for the arrest of the Governor of Jakarta

  • Monday 5 December 2016

    Melissa Crouch writes for the Policy Forum that a mass rally by Islamists in Jakarta calling for the arrest of the Governor of Jakarta is an example of Islamist rule by law in Indonesia

  • Wednesday 30 November 2016

    Melissa Crouch (with Theunis Roux of UNSW Law) organise a major workshop on the Role and Responsibilities of the Constitutional Tribunal in Comparative Perspective with the Myanmar Constitutional Tribunal in Naypyidaw - as reported on state television, and in the New Light of Myanmar (Burmese Version)

  • Wednesday 30 November 2016

    Melissa Crouch writes in Myanma Alin (New Light of Myanmar, the Burmese version), on ‘Workshop on the Role and Responsibilities of the Constitutional Tribunal in Comparative Perspective’

  • Monday 28 November 2016

    Registrations now open for the 2017 Constitutional Law Conference and Dinner being held on Friday 17 February 2017

  • Wednesday 23 November 2016

    Dr Melissa Crouch of UNSW Law recently spoke with Tim Mann on Indonesia at Melbourne about the implications of the blasphemy charges against the Governor of Jakarta

  • Monday 21 November 2016

    Regstrations are open for Women's Health Rights Night  a seminar being held by Rights Night in collaboration with the Australian Human Rights Centre and the Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law

  • Monday 21 November 2016

    Melissa Crouch writes in the East Asia Forum on the Governor of Jakarta, named by police as a suspect in a blasphemy case

  • Wednesday 16 November 2016

    Special election year presentation of the Final Courts Roundup: Future Directions for the US Supreme Court after Clinton v Trump on 12 December at the Federal Court, featuring Phil Weiser and David Fontana, chaired by Rosalind Dixon. Co-hosted with the AACL and the US Studies Centre (USyd)

  • Wednesday 16 November 2016

    Gabrielle Appleby writes for Inside Story on 'Restoring the independence of the solicitor-general'

  • Monday 14 November 2016

    Recently on the AUSPUBLAW blog: Bruce Chen on the principle of legality and the Victorian Charter; Peter Prince on Australia's South Sea Islanders; Anna Rienstra and George Williams on creating new States from existing ones; and the latest public law event update

  • Monday 14 November 2016

    Daniel Reynolds and George Williams wrIte for the AUSPUBLAW blog on revitalising citizen participation in the parliamentary process

  • Wednesday 9 November 2016

    Congratulations to Dr Jackie Hartley and Dr Grant Hooper for being awarded their PhDs at the UNSW Graduation ceremony on 7 November

  • Monday 7 November 2016

    A Storify page about the Celebrating 100 Years of the Solicitor-General event captures a blizzard of social media commentary. The Storify was prepared by Lynsey Blayden and Gabrielle Appleby

  • Monday 7 November 2016

    2017 Holt Prize for first time authors of a legal work that is academic or practical in nature - entries close on 31 March. Judging panel: Justice Virginia Bell, Prof Keith Mason and Prof George Williams

  • Monday 7 November 2016

    Melissa Crouch writes in East Asia Forum on 'Reining in Emergency Powers in Myanmar'

  • Monday 7 November 2016

    Melissa Crouch co-authors a chapter on the military and constitutional reform in Myanmar and Thailand in the Annual Review of Constitution-Building Processes published by International IDEA and available online here

  • Wednesday 26 October 2016

    George Williams makes a submission to the Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters on changes to electoral law needed after the 2016 federal election

  • Monday 24 October 2016

    Gabrielle Appleby writes in the Sydney Morning Herald on George Brandis and the government playing short-term politics at the expense of long-term good government

  • Monday 24 October 2016

    Grant Hoole writes on remedial discretion in constitutional cases for the I-CONnect blog

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