PROFESSOR HELEN IRVING considers the prospect of a High Court challenge to the latest controversial counter terrorism laws.
BRET WALKER SC delivered the 2018 Whitlam Oration in Parramatta. This abridged version is published with the permission of the Whitlam Institute.
The Federal Government has introduced three Bills to combat foreign interference in our political and electoral systems. Two have been passed. By HANNAH RYAN.
The High Court ruled the NCAT is not permitted to hear ‘Federal Matters’ including disputes between residents of different States of Australia. By TALITHA FISHBURN.
In Brown v Tasmania, the High Court applied the constitutional freedom of political communication to invalidate provisions of the Tasmanian Protestors Act. By AMELIA SIMPSON.
The dual citizenship case that has gripped the nation was decided in a decisive, single joint judgment of the High Court of Australia. By TONY…
Many Australians are pessimistic about the prospects of future attempts at constitutional reform. By DR PAUL KILDEA.
On 30 January 2017, Susan Kiefel was sworn in as the first female Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia. By DR HEATHER ROBERTS.
The Commonwealth has been substantially involved in establishing and running the immigration detention centre in Nauru. By ANDREW YUILE.
The Australian Citizenship Amendment (Allegiance to Australia) Act 2015 (Cth), which creates three new ways in which dual citizens can be stripped of their Australian…
In the future, the High Court may seek to unify the various approaches to proportionality across a range of constitutional law areas such as interstate…