Constitutional Law


Annemarie is an experienced international, constitutional and human right lawyer. Within Australia, she has worked for the Office of International Law in the Attorney-General's Department. With the United Nations, she has worked with three peacekeeping missions in East Timor, the Security Council's Counter Terrorism Committee Executive Directorate in New York, the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in Geneva and Nepal, as well as with several International Commissions of Inquiry.


Naveed is an author of numerous articles published in law journals of national and international repute. His specialty is in the subjects of Comparative Constitutional Law, International Economic Law, Cyber Laws.


Susan's primary research areas are in Australian legal history, Australian constitutional legal history, Australian judicial biography and early post Federation politics.

Susan has published in other research areas including women and the law, human rights and the tertiary experience for first year law students. Her research and writing interests in Australian legal history and Australian constitutional history have been published in Australia and overseas.  

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In conversation: Bob Brown & Amelia Simpson

In this video recorded at ANU on 20th November 2017 ANU constitutional law expert Associate Professor Amelia Simpson discusses the High Court’s decision in Brown v Tasmania [2017] HCA 43 with Bob Brown.


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