In the Media
What did Governor-General David Hurley know about Scott Morrison's secret ministries?
Ryan Goss writes in The Canberra Times
Australia’s safeguard mechanism remains in danger from flawed credits
Andrew Macintosh writes in Australian Financial Review
‘Well-designed’: Chubb review backs controversial carbon credit scheme
Andrew Macintosh quoted in The Sydney Morning Herald
Chubb review of Australia’s carbon credit scheme falls short – and problems will continue to fester
Donald Butler, Andrew Macintosh write in The Conversation
Ian Chubb's carbon credits review released after claims of 'environmental and taxpayer fraud'
Andrew Macintosh quoted in The Canberra Times
‘Complete elation’ greeted Plibersek’s big plans to protect nature - but hurdles litter the path
Peter Burnett writes in The Conversation
Climate Change Authority top jobs questioned over conflict of interest issues
Andrew Macintosh quoted in Canberra Times
New Zealand and Australia Ponder a Lower Voting Age
Faith Gordon quoted in The New York Times
Scott Morrison showed a new contempt for democracy yesterday
Ron Levy interviewed by The New Daily
Labor to remake carbon credit committee after three controversial Coalition appointments resign
Andrew Macintosh quoted in ABC
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Public Law Weekend 2016
A leading administrative law conference will be held at the National Museum of Australia on Friday, 28 October 2016. The Public Law Weekend, run by the Centre for International and Public Law, is one of Australia’s preeminent public law conferences.
40th Anniversary of the Federal Court of Australia
The ANU Centre for Commercial Law and Centre for International and Public Law are proud to announce a conference to mark the 40th anniversary of the establishment of the Federal Court of Australia.
Pub Law forum
- Dr Greg Weeks, ANU College of Law
- Will Sharpe, MinterEllison
MinterEllison's Administrative Law team and the ANU Centre for International and Public Law (CIPL) are holding a Pub Law Forum.
Can good policy rescue politics? A Peter Karmel Forum on Public Policy
- Dr John Hewson AM
- Professor Glenn Withers AO
- Professor Meredith Edwards AM
- Ms Katharine Murphy
Australia has a strong history of good policies built on well-researched evidence, but in this ‘post truth’ world, it is clear that evidence-based policy making has fallen on hard times. Join our eminent panel as it discusses how to revive good government.
Can the legislature effectively supersede judicial interpretations with which it disagrees?
- Professor Deborah Widiss
Legislative supremacy depends on the assumption that if the legislative branch disagrees with a judicial interpretation of a law, it may “override” that interpretation by passing a new statute or amending an existing statute. This seminar will present my research looking at the efficacy of overrides in the United States, and it will explore possibilities for similar tensions to arise under the Australian system.
Public Law Weekend 2018
The ANU Law School has a long tradition of excellence in administrative law scholarship and of engagement with government and the private profession in public law.
Judicial method and what Judges do
- Justice Alan Robertson
What a Judge of the Federal Court of Australia and a Judge’s associate do in a typical week
- The Hon Justice Alan Robertson
- Will Randles
- Associate Professor Heather Roberts
Have you ever wondered what a typical week’s work looks like for a Justice of the Federal Court of Australia? How do Judges prepare for court sittings, and what happens in chambers? What does an Associate do, and what skills are required to perform the role?
How does the Federal Court deal with findings of fact on Judicial Review of Administrative Action?
- Justice Alan Robertson
In Conversation with Ron McCallum
- Ron McCallum AO - The University of Sydney
- Professor Kim Rubenstein FAAL, FASSA - Australian National University
Ron McCallum AO will be in conversation with Professor Kim Rubenstein on Ron's memoir, Born at the Right Time.
The Government's COVID-19 Response: Legal advising in the middle of a pandemic
- Stephen Bouwhuis
Join Stephen Bouwhuis for an informal Q&A on his experience as one of the lead public servants working on the Government’s response to COVID-19.
Judging at the Interface: Deference to Domestic Authority in International Adjudication
Book launch and symposium event to celebrate the latest book by Associate Professor Esmé Shirlow, Judging at the Interface: Deference to Domestic Authority in International Adjudication (Cambridge University Press, 2021).
Developments in cyber and international law at the UN
Lunchtime seminar jointly hosted under the CIPL Monthly Talk series.
Common Law Constitutionalism and Australia’s Implied Freedom of Political and Governmental Communication
- Professor Ron Krotoszynski
Hosted by the ANU College of Law Visitors Committee, this seminar will be presented by Professor Ron Krotoszynski (University of Alabama).
The patterns and purposes of anti-abortion legal experimentalism
- Professor Fiona de Londras
Hosted by the ANU College of Law Visitors Committee, this seminar will be presented by Professor Fiona de Londras (Birmingham Law School).
CANCELLED - Sanctions through a 'South African lens': from political sovereignty to consumer sovereignty
- Associate Professor Jessica Whyte
CANCELLED: Hosted by the ANU College of Law Visitors Committee, this seminar will be presented by Associate Professor Jessica Whyte (UNSW).