Constitutional Law

From coups to crises: where next for Thailand?

The general election in March 2019, the first since the 2014 coup, was marred by allegations of irregularities and the election commission said it will not announce the final results until May. In the meantime, it has brought sedition charges against the leader of a pro-democracy party that did better than expected in the election.

ANU Law scholars urge constitutional protection of Indigenous ‘Voice’

ANU Law scholar’s book provides first constitutional analysis of public finance law and practice in UK and Commonwealth jurisdictions

The Commonwealth’s power to use the ADF to provide civil aid during disasters and pandemics

During the January bushfires, the Prime Minister observed that using the Australian Defence Force (ADF) to provide aid was ‘testing the limits of constitutionally defined roles and responsibilities’. The ‘Royal Commission into National Natural Disaster Arrangements’ was established to inquire into these limits.

Dr Kama’s life-changing journey from PNG ‘village kid’ to award-winning PhD scholar

Japanese professor follows mentor's footsteps as ANU Law visiting fellow

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