The Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law in the UNSW Faculty of Law was established in 2001 with a focus on research, engagement and education in the sphere of public law.

The Centre seeks to actively engage with government, the legal profession and the broader community through research, public presentations, submissions, teaching, media and consultancy work, and events including conferences, workshops and seminars.

Its researchers are involved in eight Centre projects: Administrative Law and Justice, Comparative Constitutional Law, Indigenous Legal Issues, Judiciary, Public Law and Legal Theory, Referendums, Statutes, and Terrorism Law Reform.

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The Australian Association of Constitutional Law was formed in 1998 as a forum for scholars and practitioners of constitutional law throughout Australia. It has some 300 members.

The aims of the AACL are to develop and promote the discipline of constitutional law in Australia; to support teaching, research and the practice of the law which relates to the discipline; to provide a forum for the exchange of knowledge and information between practitioners, teachers and other interested persons regarding the discipline; to increase public awareness and understanding of the discipline; and to liaise with other bodies in the promotion of any of the above objects. The AACL is affiliated with the International Association of Constitutional Law.

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