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Book Forum: Marion Maddox

Marion Maddox provides the third post in our book forum on Luke Beck’s Religious Freedom and the Australian Constitution. To see all posts please click here. Click through for posts by Farrah Ahmed and Alex Deagon, as Read the rest

Book Forum: Luke Beck

Luke Beck replies to reflections from Farrah Ahmed, Alex Deagon and Marion Maddox on his book Religious Freedom and the Australian Constitution. To see all posts please click here.

BY LUKE BECK

In his Foreword, former Chief … Read the rest

Automated Processes and Administrative Law: The Case of Pintarich

BY ANNA HUGGINS

The recent Full Federal Court decision in Pintarich v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation (‘Pintarich’) raises questions about the extent to which traditional administrative law doctrines are still fit for purpose in the digital age. In … Read the rest

Northern Rights, Southern Law: Queensland’s proposed new human rights statute

BY JEREMY GANS

Introducing a bill to fulfil a two-year-old election pledge on a Wednesday morning, the Queensland Premier labelled it ‘the best and surest means of maintaining for us and our posterity the human rights declared by the … Read the rest

Public Law Events Roundup November 2018

Welcome to the November edition of the AUSPUBLAW Australian Public Law Events Roundup.

Remember, if you have an AUSPUBLAW opportunity, conference or significant public lecture that you would like included in this roundup, please contact us at auspublaw@unsw.edu.au.

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The Noongar Settlement: Two Lessons for Treaty Making in Australia

BY HARRY HOBBS

On 17 October 2018, Australia’s largest native title settlement moved a step towards implementation, when the Native Title Registrar accepted the Noongar Settlement for registration in the Native Title Register. The culmination of many years of … Read the rest

Are Victoria’s Safe-Access Zones Safe from the Constitution?

BY JULIAN O’DONNELL

In August 2016, anti-abortion activist and mother of thirteen Kathleen Clubb approached a couple entering an abortion clinic in East Melbourne. She spoke to the couple and handed them a pamphlet, which they declined. A Magistrate would … Read the rest

Public Law Events Roundup October 2018

Welcome to the October edition of the AUSPUBLAW Australian Public Law Events Roundup. A big thank you to the Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law’s social justice intern, Sam Lee, for compiling this roundup.

This month we are very … Read the rest

Dancing with Dicey: A Century of Flexible State Constitutions

BY CHRIS PIGGOTT-MCKELLAR

One hundred years ago this month, rumblings that the constitutional ground in Australia was about to shift underfoot were felt when the High Court handed down its decision in McCawley v R (1918) 26 CLR 9 (‘… Read the rest

The Parliament, the Court of Disputed Returns, and the Solicitor-General

BY GABRIELLE APPLEBY

In those final days of August, when we watched, once again, an Australian political party overthrow the leader who led it to its last electoral victory, serious questions were raised about the eligibility of the protagonist, Mr … Read the rest

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