BY BYRON KAREMBA
It is often claimed that the constitutional history of the United Kingdom is the history of the tension between the Crown and Parliament. This historical narrative emphasises the ascendency of the latter institution over the former. It … Read the rest “Locating the Place of the Royal Prerogative After Miller”
BY CONOR GEARTY
It is not a misguided nostalgia for colonial control to say that developments in UK human rights law have long had an influence on Commonwealth jurisdictions, especially in those where there are continued close alignments with the … Read the rest “Human Rights To BREXIT …. And Beyond”
BY MATTHEW BUTT
Centrelink’s new online system to streamline the identification and recovery of overpayments detected through data-matching became fully operational in July last year. It automatically sends a letter to current or former social security recipients in cases where … Read the rest “Administrative law and Centrelink’s “robodebt” system”
BY CATHERINE BOND
On Australia Day 2017, as part of an Invasion Day protest held in Sydney, a 20-year-old man set fire to an Australian national flag. While the march had been proceeding peacefully, that action ignited violence as … Read the rest “Constitutional and community aspects of flag burning in Australia”
Welcome to the March edition of the AUSPUBLAW Australian Public Law Events Roundup.
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