COVID-19 & Public Law
Listed below are the posts in AUSPUBLAW’s special series exploring the public law implications of the COVID-19 pandemic. These posts are written for the blog by a range of public law scholars and practitioners from across Australia.
For more information on the Gilbert + Tobin Centre’s work in the area of public law and public health, see here.
Shipra Chordia, Border closures, COVID-19 and s 92 of the Constitution – what role for proportionality (if any)? (05 June 2020)
Gabrielle Appleby and Brendan Gogarty, Tasmania’s Subordinate Legislation Committee fails to provide democratic accountability during the COVID-19 emergency (22 May 2020)
Shreeya Smith, The Scope of a Nationhood Power to Respond to COVID-19: Unanswered Questions (13 May 2020)
Stephanie Brenker, An Executive Grab for Power During COVID-19? (13 May 2020)
Kate Galloway and Melissa Castan, COVIDSafe and Identity: Governance Beyond Privacy (11 May 2020)
Caroline Compton, Trust, COVIDSafe, and the Role of Government (11 May 2020)
Kylie Evans and Nicholas Petrie, COVID-19 and the Australian Human Rights Acts (6 May 2020)
Joe McIntyre, Anna Olijnyk and Kieran Pender, Courts and COVID-19: Challenges and Opportunities in Australia (4 May 2020)
Sarah Moulds, Keeping watch on COVID-19 laws: are parliamentary committees up to the job? (1 May 2020)
Margaret Faux, COVID-19 pandemic: the impact on doctors, patients and the Medicare system (24 April 2020)
Graeme Orr, The Demos in a Pandemic – Staging Elections during a Health Emergency (6 April 2020)
Andrew Edgar, Law-making in a crisis: Commonwealth and NSW coronavirus regulations (30 March 2020)