More than 80 public law teachers from universities across the country have come together in an open letter to the Australian people to help explain some of the legal and historical issues causing confusion about the proposed constitutional change.
Ahead of the announcement of the Voice referendum date, Gilbert + Tobin members have released a full analysis of the ‘Official Yes No Cases’ that will help Australians understand the history, facts and research that sits behind the claims.
Gilbert + Tobin Centre members and professors Rosalind Dixon and George Williams recently hosted an expert panel on the current constitutional issues surrounding former prime minister Scott Morrison, joined by University of Sydney constitutional l
The US Supreme Court has had a tumultuous year: in December 2021, a blue-ribbon commission appointed by the White House raised serious questions about the future of the Court, its size and jurisdiction.
In a recent public lecture, hosted by the G+T Centre and the ERRN, ABC election analyst Antony Green discussed a range of key election issues and talks about the races to watch in the House and Senate.
Professor Gabrielle Appleby, Director of The Judiciary Project at the Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law, has been involved in organising a letter signed by hundreds of women across the legal profession to the Attorney-General calling on him to
Our political leaders have remarkable powers at their disposal. Now that a human biosecurity emergency has been declared, Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt can determine 'any requirement' and make 'any direction' to control the spread of COVID-19.