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  • 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

  • Wednesday 23 March 2016

    Call for Abstracts now open for the 2016 Postgraduate Workshop in Public Law

  • Wednesday 16 March 2016

    Applications now open for the Sir Anthony Mason Research Project in Constitutional Law. Applications close 29 March 2016

  • Wednesday 9 March 2016

    Video webcasts of all sessions from the 2016 Constitutional Law Conference, plus speakers’ papers and the After Dinner Speech by Justin Gleeson SC, now available on the website

  • Tuesday 1 March 2016

    Shipra Chordia analyses the High Court's revised approach to proportionality testing in first blog of an AUSPUBLAW series on the High Court's decision in McCloy v NSW (political donations case)

  • Monday 29 February 2016

    George Williams writes in the Sydney Morning Herald on Senate voting reform

  • Monday 29 February 2016

    So far in 2016 on AUSPUBLAW: David Hume on Plaintiff M68, John McMillan on the continuing importance of strong FoI, Jack Maxwell on public authority obligations under the Vic Charter, Matthew Stubbs on substantive constitutional recognition of Indigenous people and the monthly update of public law events

  • Monday 29 February 2016

    George Williams makes a submission to the Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters on the Commonwealth Electoral Amendment Bill 2016

  • Wednesday 24 February 2016

    Grant Hoole joins the Centre as a UNSW Vice-Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Research Fellow, working on ‘Individual Conduct, Organizational Failure, and Systemic Wrongdoing: Crafting Effective Institutional Replies’

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