Janina is a Senior Lecturer in the UNSW Faculty of Law and Justice, and the Director of the Administrative Law and Justice Project in the Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law. Janina teaches and researches in Australian, Canadian and UK public law. Her work focusses on whether administrative law principles and institutions are ‘fit for purpose’ in light of the way modern governments function. Janina is the author, co-author and editor of several books, including ‘Government Liability: Principles and Remedies’ (LexisNexis, 2019) (with Ellen Rock and Greg Weeks) and ‘Interpreting Executive Power’ (Federation Press, 2020) (edited with Lisa Burton Crawford).

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Post by Janina:

A principled approach to key reforms of Australia’s administrative review system

50 years after the Kerr Report: is Australian administrative law still fit for purpose?

The Brett Cattle Case: Exploring the limits of delegated law-making powers

The Constitutional Crisis that Keeps on Giving: Could an Invalidly Appointed Minister’s Decisions be Challenged via Judicial Review?

Resolving some ‘anomalies’ and ‘snares’ in judicial review: Probuild Constructions