Dr Sarah Murray is a Professor at the University of Western Australia where she researches in the areas of constitutional law and court innovation. She was awarded the Institute for Advanced Studies Distinguished Early Career Fellowship for her work on Community Justice Centres, is the Western Australian Convenor and a Council Member of the Australian Association of Constitutional Law and a co-Convenor of the Electoral Regulation and Research Network. Her PhD thesis was awarded the 2011 Mollie Holman Doctoral Medal for Law by Monash University and was published as a monograph, The Remaking of the Courts – Less-Adversarial Practice and the Constitutional Role of the Judiciary in Australia (Federation Press, 2014). She is the co-author of The Constitution of the Commonwealth of Australia – History, Principle and Interpretation (CUP, 2015) (with Nicholas Aroney, Peter Gerangelos and James Stellios), has recently co-edited Regulating Preventive Justice – Principle, Policy and Paradox (2017, Routledge) (with Tamara Tulich, Rebecca Ananian-Welsh and Simon Bronitt) and has published across a range of Australian and international journals.

Posts by Sarah:

Book forum on Appleby, Olinjyk, Stellios and Williams Judicial Federalism in Australia 

The National Cabinet: Presidentialised Politics, Power-sharing and a Deficit in Transparency

Knight’s Watch