High Court Justice the Honourable Stephen Gageler has been awarded an Honorary Doctorate by ANU for his contribution to public service and the practice of law.
New revelations surrounding the lead-up to the Whitlam government’s dismissal in 1975 emphasise the ongoing significance of the events of four decades ago to politics today.
The 6th edition of Professor Leslie Zines’ classic work, The High Court and the Constitution, has now been published by Federation Press, a year after Professor Zines’ passing.
We shouldn't go down the slippery slope of stripping citizenship for any reason. It's a step in the wrong direction for a multicultural and democratically vibrant Australia, writes Professor Kim Rubenstein.
Professor Kim Rubenstein writes in the Canberra Times that a rethink is needed on the process of appointing Justices of the High Court, to address the ongoing gender imbalance.
Could a double dissolution be the key for the Senate deadlock? asks former Queensland Senator and ANU Law senior lecturer Andrew Bartlett on ABC's The Drum.
If you're confused about the referendum for constitutional recognition of Indigenous Australians, you need to watch this video.