This AUSPUBLAW special series accompanies the Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law’s Global Public Law Virtual Book Series. The aim of the virtual book series is to invite leading scholars in public law around the globe to share ideas from a recent book with an Australian audience, and to engage with Australia-based commentators.

The posts published to date are:

Erika Arban, A critical review of City, State and potential implications for Australian cities (7 May 2021)

Paul Kildea, How culture shapes Australia’s referendum record (11 June 2021)

Gabrielle Appleby, The First Nations Voice: A modest and congruent, yet radically transformative constitutional proposal (11 June 2021)

Theunis Roux, The Global South and liberal constitutionalism: incommensurable opposites? (2 July 2021)