BY LAEL K WEIS
A striking feature of current debates about constitutional reform in Australia is the evident interest in exploring legislative alternatives to formal amendment. Although this may be explained by the historically low success rate of referendums, the … Read the rest “Legislation as a Method of Constitutional Reform: An Alternative to Formal Amendment?”
BY CAROLYN EVANS
Back in 2008, the then Government commissioned Jesuit priest and human rights lawyer Father Frank Brennan to chair a National Human Rights Consultation.
At the time, there was no consensus among the groups consulted about the … Read the rest “Religious Freedom: One Right Among Many”
BY ARTHUR MARUSEVICH
On 15 November 2017, when the High Court sitting as the Court of Disputed Returns handed down its decision in Re Nash [No 2]  HCA 52, it became clear that the 2016 general election was … Read the rest “Re Nash [No 2]: The Essence of Time”
Welcome to the March edition of the AUSPUBLAW Australian Public Law Events Roundup.
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