ANU Law students present oral evidence to Senate inquiry

How the Open Government Partnership can usher in a new era of transparency, public trust

Japanese delegation studies Australian legal system at ANU

ANU Law scholars urge Australian government scrap citizenship amendments

Regulating Westminster Parliaments: The sharp end

In this lecture, Andrew McDonald will consider the story of the UK's Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority and reflect on its new Australian namesake. What lessons does the former have for the latter? And what hopes should we have for the new kid on the Canberra block?

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.

ERRN workshop

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