Dr Lisa Burton Crawford is a Senior Lecturer at the University of New South Wales. Her current areas of research include the constitutional dimensions of administrative law, statutory interpretation, and legislative practice in the modern administrative state. Lisa has published in Australia and abroad in leading law journals and edited collections. She is the author of The Rule of Law and the Australian Constitution (Federation Press, 2017) and co-author of Public Law and Statutory Interpretation: Principles and Practice (Federation Press, 2018).

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Posts by Lisa:

Would a non-judicial inquiry into the allegation made against the Attorney-General undermine the rule of law?

How should a court respond to an immaterial error of law?

Book Forum on Adam Fletcher’s Australia’s Human Rights Scrutiny Regime: Democratic Masterstroke or Mere Window Dressing?

The Rule of Law as an Assumption of the Australian Constitution