Lynsey Blayden has lectured in Administrative and Federal Constitutional Law at UNSW, where she completed a PhD in 2020. Her doctoral thesis explored the role of some of the values within the Australian political system, such as trust in democracy and a belief in the positive role of the administrative state, in shaping the doctrine of judicial review of administrative action. She has previously worked for the New South Wales Parliamentary Library Research Service and the New South Wales Department of Premier and Cabinet.

Posts by Lynsey:

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

Seeing the New Administrative Law in a ‘green light’

The Pandemic and the Public Trust

Council Amalgamations in NSW: A Study in How Not to Tackle Hard Policy