High Court

Can swearing-in ceremonies offer clues to judges' future rulings

Three ANU Jessup speakers among top oralists

New ways forward

Reform and renewal in constitutional interpretation and legal education

A conference in honour of Professor Michael Coper

Michael Coper has had a distinguished career as a constitutional lawyer and educationalist, from influencing a dramatic change in the law on section 92 of the Constitution, to conceiving the pioneering Oxford Companion to the High Court of Australia, to urging law schools, nationally and internationally, to embrace a pervasive ethos of law reform, social justice and public service. 

The High Court’s decisions in Williams v The Commonwealth: The principle of parliamentary control of public money

The High Court’s decisions in the Williams v The Commonwealth cases wrought a radical change to the settled understanding of the constitutional allocation of financial power between the parliament and executive government — even where appropriation legislation exists, the Commonwealth cannot spend most public money without additional and specific authorising legislation.

Bias and the ‘black-letter’ judge: who is Dyson Heydon?

New Zealand reveals the emperor's new clothes

Perpetuating fictions about asylum-seekers

What are the many faces of reasonableness and can you tame it?

ANU legal research ‘invaluable’ to judiciary: High Court Justice

International Law Moot kicks off at ANU Law

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