Month: November 2021 (page 1 of 2)

Public Law Events Roundup December 2021

Welcome to the December edition of the AUSPUBLAW Australian Public Law Events Roundup. We would firstly like to draw your attention to the following opportunity for public law teachers:

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Public Law in the Classroom Workshop 2022
Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public

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The Kerr Report, 50 Years On: An Overseas Overview

This is the tenth in a special series of posts on the 50th anniversary of the Kerr Report, examining whether Australian administrative law is still fit for purpose. To see other posts in this series, click here.

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Re-enacting ‘plainly wrong’ interpretations – a divided High Court in Director of Public Prosecutions Reference No 1 of 2019 [2021] HCA 26

BY JOSEPH MCDONALD

On 1 September 2021, the High Court handed down its judgment on a novel question of statutory interpretation in Director of Public Prosecutions Reference No 1 [2021] HCA 26 (DPP Reference No 1). The question … Read the rest

The High Court’s defence of Academic Freedom in Ridd v JCU

BY JOSHUA FORREST AND ADRIENNE STONE

Introduction 

On 13 October 2021, the High Court handed down its decision in Ridd v James Cook University [2021] HCA 32.  

The decision concludes a bitter, long-running and unedifying legal dispute between James Cook Read the rest

2022 World Congress of Constitutional Law

Please see below a message about the upcoming World Congress of Constitutional Law, and note the November deadline for workshop proposals:

Registration is OPEN for the World Congress of Constitutional Law, 5-9 December 2022 in Johannesburg, South Africa.   
 
The Congress,
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Buried at Sea: The Loss of our Freedom to Access Governmental Information

This is the ninth in a special series of posts on the 50th anniversary of the Kerr Report, examining whether Australian administrative law is still fit for purpose. To see other posts in this series, click here.

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Book forum on Appleby, Olijnyk, Stellios and Williams Judicial Federalism in Australia

AUSPUBLAW is pleased to publish this book forum as a companion to the launch of Gabrielle Appleby, Anna Olinjyk, James Stellios and John Williams, Judicial Federalism in Australia: History, Theory, Doctrine and Practice (Federation Press, 2021), which was hosted online … Read the rest

Judicial Federalism in Australia book forum: The Hon William Gummow AC

Professor Gummow provides the first set of remarks in this special forum which accompanies the launch of: Gabrielle Appleby, Anna Olijnyk, James Stellios and John Williams, Judicial Federalism in Australia: History, Theory, Doctrine and Practice. To see all posts, Read the rest

Judicial Federalism in Australia book forum: Brendan Lim

Dr Brendan Lim provides the second set of remarks in this special forum which accompanies the launch of: Gabrielle Appleby, Anna Olijnyk, James Stellios and John Williams, Judicial Federalism in Australia: History, Theory, Doctrine and Practice. To see all Read the rest

Judicial Federalism in Australia book forum: Sarah Murray – Stay[ing] out of the twilight’: Judicial Federalism in Australia: History, Theory, Doctrine and Practice

Professor Sarah Murray provides the third set of remarks in this special forum which accompanies the launch of: Gabrielle Appleby, Anna Olijnyk, James Stellios and John Williams, Judicial Federalism in Australia: History, Theory, Doctrine and Practice. To see all Read the rest

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