BY AARON MOSS
As the 2018 legal year kicks off, one inevitably begins to reflect upon the year that was, and the year that will be. As this post will demonstrate, 2017 was a particularly significant year for native title … Read the rest “Looking forward, looking back: Native Title in 2017 and 2018”
BY DAN WESTBURY
Australian legislatures and courts interact through the process of statutory construction. As part of this process, the principle of legality represents a subtle constraint by courts on Parliament. It is a rule of statutory interpretation that courts … Read the rest “The Principle of Legality as a Reflection of the Constitutional Relationship between Parliament and the Courts”
BY HELEN IRVING
In his AUSPUBLAW blog post on 6 November 2017 discussing Justice Edelman’s dissent in Graham v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection  HCA 33, Julian R Murphy finds evidence of a particular, conservative commitment on … Read the rest “What is history, again?”
Welcome to the February edition of the AUSPUBLAW Australian Public Law Events Roundup.
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