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  • Wednesday 30 July 2014

    Jessie Blackbourn and Nicola McGarrity write for Inside Story on the accountability of ASIO

  • Wednesday 23 July 2014

    Paul Kildea writes in The Conversation on the joint select committee’s interim report on the constitutional recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples

  • Monday 21 July 2014

    George Williams, Sean Brennan and Andrew Lynch release a supplement to Blackshield & Williams Australian Constitutional Law & Theory on Williams v Commonwealth (No 2) [2014]

  • Monday 21 July 2014

    'Nineteen higher degree research students from fourteen institutions in Australia and overseas present and participate in the Centre’s biennial Postgraduate Workshop in Public Law, along with Centre and UNSW Law staff and students

  • Friday 18 July 2014

    George Williams writes in the Sydney Morning Herald on a referendum to recognise Aboriginal peoples in the Constitution

  • Wednesday 16 July 2014

    George Williams writes in the Sydney Morning Herald on the likelihood of an early election

  • Monday 14 July 2014

    Catch up with ‘Say what you like: a constitutional right?’ – annual National Archives Constitution Day Speakers Forum, hosted this year by the Centre on 7 July. Audio broadcast from Radio National’s Big Ideas. Blogs by the panellists. Twitter coverage on #CDay14

  • Wednesday 2 July 2014

    George Williams writes in the Sydney Morning Herald on the response to the high courts chaplaincy decision

  • Monday 30 June 2014

    Greg Weeks, 'The Use and Enforcement of Soft Law by Australian Public Authorities' (2014) 42 Federal Law Review 181

  • Monday 30 June 2014

    Latest Centre podcast: Andrew Lynch tells Sean Brennan about the School Chaplains decision in Williams No 2 and its wider context

  • Monday 30 June 2014

    George Williams writes for the Constitution Day blog on freedom of speech

  • Monday 23 June 2014

    Centre will host National Archives of Australia annual Constitution Day Speakers Forum on Monday 7 July 6pm for 6.15pm in Law Theatre, Kensington campus. ‘Say what you like: a constitutional right?' will feature 5 panellists (George Williams, Kirstie Parker, Tim Wilson, Ming Yu, Alec Coles)

  • Monday 23 June 2014

    Andrew Lynch discusses changes to federal judicial appointments in light of the Carmody affair in the Australian

  • Thursday 19 June 2014

    Andrew Lynch discusses the outcome of Williams v Commonwealth (No 2) in the Australian

  • Thursday 19 June 2014

    George Williams writes in the Sydney Morning Herald on the blocking of supply

  • Wednesday 18 June 2014

    Andrew Lynch, for The Conversation, says the judicial appointments controversy in Queensland is unprecedented

  • Wednesday 18 June 2014

    Congratulations to Andrew Dahdal, Leon Terrill, Tamara Tulich and Greg Weeks on receiving their PhDs at the UNSW Law graduation ceremony in June

  • Wednesday 11 June 2014

    Paul Kildea writes in the Griffith Law Review on the use of deliberative forums in constitutional reform processes

  • Wednesday 4 June 2014

    Shipra Chordia writes for The Conversation on the federation

  • Wednesday 4 June 2014

    Registration to attend the Workshop on Party Discipline and the Parliamentary Process closes on Monday 9 June. Only a few places left. Program and registration details available here

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