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Anne Twomey is a Professor of Constitutional Law at the University of Sydney who has previously worked for the High Court, the Parliamentary Research Service, the Senate Legal and Constitutional Committee and the Cabinet Office of NSW.

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Posts by Anne:

Can Parliamentary Privilege be Used to Shut Down Parliamentary Accountability?

Can Standing Orders Prevent a Simple Majority of the House of Representatives From Passing a Bill Against the Government’s Wishes?

Dressing Dutton Up as Lamb – Section 44 and the Competing Arguments for Disqualification and Exoneration of Peter Dutton

Wilkie v Commonwealth: A Retreat to Combet over the Bones of Pape, Williams, and Responsible Government

McCloy v New South Wales: Out with US corruption and in with German proportionality