Andrew Edgar photoAndrew Edgar is an Associate Professor in the University of Sydney Law School. After completing his PhD at Sydney Law School, he was appointed as a lecturer in 2008. He specialises in administrative law and, in particular, on administrative law-making. His recent publications focus on regulation-making processes and review of regulations by parliaments and courts. Andrew also has research interests in statutory interpretation and the implementation of international law in domestic law. He is currently the Legal Advisor to the Senate Standing Committee for the Scrutiny of Delegated Legislation.

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Posts by Andrew:

Law-making in a crisis: Commonwealth and NSW coronavirus regulations

Proposed repeal of s 487 of the EPBC Act: the end of litigation by environment groups?

The Brandis-Gleeson affair – what does “consultation” mean?