Tag: state constitutional law

Can Clive Palmer use Investor-State Dispute Settlement to get what the High Court wouldn’t give him?

BY JONATHAN BONNITCHA

This is the second of two posts AUSPUBLAW is featuring on the High Court’s Decision in Mineralogy v WA. Anne Twomey’s accompanying post is here.

The High Court’s decisions in Mineralogy v WA and Palmer Read the rest

Manner and form mysteries highlighted but unresolved in Mineralogy v WA

BY ANNE TWOMEY

This is the first of two posts AUSPUBLAW is featuring on the High Court’s Decision in Mineralogy v WA. Jonathan Bonnitcha’s accompanying post is here.

One of the difficulties in understanding and applying manner and Read the rest

State constitutional reform – the Tasmanian experience

BY BRENDAN GOGARTY

This post discusses a year-long project to review and potentially reform Tasmania’s Constitution. The process has been both challenging and enlightening given the poor state of the current Constitution Act 1934 (Tas). If nothing else the project … Read the rest

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