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- Michael Crommelin, 'Powers of the Head of State' (2015) 38(3) Melbourne University Law Review (advance)
Volume 45(2) Forthcoming
- Proportionality under the Human Rights Act 2019 (Qld): When Are the Factors in s 13(2) Necessary and Sufficient, and When Are They Not?
- Open Justice, ‘Back-to-Back’ Trials and Juror Prejudice: Examining the Suppression Order in the Trial of George Pell
- An Institutional Justification for the Principle of Legality
Lisa Burton Crawford
- Re-Examining the Relationship between Mutual Promises in Contract Law
- The Defence Act 1903 (Cth): A Guide for Responding to Australia’s Large-Scale Domestic Emergencies
- Public Interest Costs Orders in Federal Class Actions: Time for a New Approach
Bill Petrovski, Katrina Li, Vince Morabito and Matt Nichol
- Ministers, Statutory Authorities and Government Corporations: The Agency Problem in Public Sector Governance
Benjamin B Saunders
- Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing for Adult-Onset Conditions: Reproductive Choice and the Welfare of the Future Child
Michelle Taylor-Sands and Hilary Bowman-Smart
- Does Chu Kheng Lim Truly Have ‘Nothing to Say’ about the Commonwealth’s Regional Processing Arrangements? Habeas Corpus as a Vehicle for Testing the Constitutional Validity of Offshore Detention
Critique and Comment
- Just versus Quick: Constructivist and Ecological Rationality in a Common Law System
The Hon Justice Stephen Gageler AC