AUSPUBLAW is pleased to present another of our occasional series of book forums. In this book forum, Dani Larkin and the Hon Robert French AC reflect on Dylan Lino’s Constitutional Recognition: First Peoples and the Australian Settler State. Dylan … Read the rest
Dani Larkin provides the first post in our book forum on Dylan Lino’s Constitutional Recognition: First Peoples and the Australian Settler State. To see all posts, please click here. Click through for a post by the Hon Robert … Read the rest
The Hon Robert French AC provides the second post in our book forum on Dylan Lino’s Constitutional Recognition: First Peoples and the Australian Settler State.? To see all posts please click here. Click through for a post … Read the rest
BY EBONY BACK AND REBECCA LUCAS
There has been a spate of legal actions (both domestic and international) around the world in the past few years attempting to hold governments accountable for their inaction on climate change and the … Read the rest
BY TIMOTHY GOODWIN AND JULIAN R MURPHY
Last week, history was made in the Northern Territory Legislative Assembly. The Independent Member for Nhulunbuy, Yingiya Mark Guyula, debated in Djambarrpuyngu, an Indigenous language of North East Arnhem Land. A significant … Read the rest
BY SEAN BRENNAN
This is the second of two posts AUSPUBLAW is featuring on the High Court’s Timber Creek decision. Aaron Moss and William Isdale’s accompanying post is here.
With the handing down of the High Court appeal decision … Read the rest
BY AARON MOSS AND WILLIAM ISDALE
This is the first of two posts AUSPUBLAW is featuring on the High Court’s Timber Creek decision. Sean Brennan’s accompanying post is here.
In Griffiths v Northern Territory  HCA 7 (Timber … Read the rest
BY JAMES BARRETT
Notoriously, Aboriginal people have been forced to live by Australian law. Surprisingly, Australian law may force Aboriginal people out of Australia.
Such is the predicament of Mr Justin Hands, an adopted member of the Aboriginal community at … Read the rest
BY PATRICK McCABE
2018 saw a potentially important development in Australian native title law that has been emerging since 2013 move towards maturity. That development is the recognition of commercial native title rights in native title determinations. It is a … Read the rest