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  • Monday 9 May 2016
  • Monday 9 May 2016

    Gabrielle Appleby writes on ‘Election Explainer: When Does the Government Enter Caretaker Period and What Does it Mean?’ in The Conversation

  • Monday 9 May 2016

    Gabrielle Appleby and Grant Hoole write on ‘What should a federal ICAC look like? The hypothetical long arm’ in The Mandarin

  • Monday 9 May 2016

    Special issue of Legal Education Review containing papers presented at the Inaugural Public Law in the Classroom workshop, co-hosted by the Centre and the Public Law and Policy Research Unit (University of Adelaide) in 2015

  • Wednesday 27 April 2016

    Harry Hobbs writes for the Guardian on the Uluru decision and Constitutional recognition

  • Wednesday 27 April 2016

    Gabrielle Appleby, Sean Brennan, Shipra Chordia and Grant Hoole make a submission to the Senate Select Committee Inquiry on the Establishment of a National Integrity Commission

  • Monday 18 April 2016

    George Williams writes in the Sydney Morning Herald on Citizenship Loss Board

  • Wednesday 13 April 2016

    Tony Blackshield writes about the problems facing an evenly divided eight-member US Supreme Court in the wake of the death of Justice Antonin Scalia, launching a new series of Occasional Pieces on the Centre website

  • Wednesday 13 April 2016

    Simon Halliday co-authors an article in Law and Policy on 'Legal Compliance in Street-Level Bureaucracy: A Study of UK Housing Officers'

  • Monday 11 April 2016

    Socio-legal scholar Professor Simon Halliday joins the UNSW Law Faculty and the Centre. His research focuses primarily on the significance of law for public administration, particularly for the front-line delivery of public services

  • Monday 11 April 2016

    A new book edited by Melissa Crouch, Islam and the State in Myanmar: Muslim-Buddhist Relations and the Politics of Belonging in Myanmar, launched at UNSW

  • Monday 11 April 2016

    Latest posts on AUSPUBLAW: George Williams and Daniel Reynolds on Australia’s parliamentary regime for human rights scrutiny, and the April public law events update

  • Monday 11 April 2016

    George Williams and Daniel Reynolds write on ‘The First Four Years of Australia’s Parliamentary Scrutiny Regime for Human Rights’ in UK Constitutional Law Blog

  • Monday 4 April 2016

    Paul Kildea writes in the The Conversation on Malcolm Turnbull’s plan to allow the states to collect income tax

  • Monday 4 April 2016

    George Willliams writes in the Sydney Morning Herald on selecting High Court judges

  • Monday 4 April 2016

    George Williams reviews The Forgotten People in The Weekend Australian

  • Monday 4 April 2016

    George Williams and Daniel Reynolds write on ‘The Operation and Impact of Australia’s Parliamentary Scrutiny Regime for Human Rights’ in the Monash University Law Review

  • Wednesday 30 March 2016

    Recently on the AUSPUBLAW blog: Graeme Orr on the NSW Electoral Commission decision about public funding and disclosure of political donations; Glenn Patmore on politicians’ justifications for initiating a republic referendum; Murray Wesson on McCloy, proportionality and deference; and the latest public law events roundup

     

  • Wednesday 30 March 2016

    George Williams writes in the Sydney Morning Herald on the Hazem El Masri case and the problem in Australia of innocence until proven guilty

  • Wednesday 30 March 2016

    George Williams and Harry Hobbs write for The Constitution Unit on Australia's reformed electoral system

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