NAroneyNicholas Aroney is Professor of Constitutional Law at the University of Queensland.  He is the co-convenor of the Queensland Chapter of the Australian Association of Constitutional Law and was awarded an Australian Research Council Future Fellowship to undertake research on comparative federalism. His books include The Constitution of a Federal Commonwealth: The Making and Meaning of the Australian Constitution (Cambridge, 2009); The Future of Australian Federalism (Cambridge, 2012) (co-edited with Gabrielle Appleby and Thomas John); and The Constitution of the Commonwealth of Australia: History, Principle and Interpretation (Cambridge, 2015) (co-authored with Peter Gerangelos, James Stellios and Sarah Murray).

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Posts by Nick:

Spence v Queensland: A Turning Point in the High Court’s Approach to Federalism?

Federalism Reform: Pathways and Obstacles