Administrative Law

Adjunct Professor
Visiting Fellow
Research interests:
freedom of information, information law, copyright, confidential information
PhD Candidate
Research interests:
Asian Law, Public law, Constitutional Law, Constitutional Rights, Constitutional Reform, Access to Justice
Honorary Professor
Research interests:
International Law, Constitutional Law
Emeritus Professor
Research interests:
Law of Obligations, Philosophies of Law, Administrative law, Torts, Concepts of responsibility
Emeritus Professor
Research interests:
Veterans’ Entitlements and Military Compensation Law, Tribunals, Introductory Law, Foundation Law
PhD Candidate
Research interests:
Statutory Interpretation
PhD Candidate
Research interests:
Constitutional Law, Comparative Constitutional Law, Asia-Pacific Security, Pacific Law, Law and Politics, Public law, Constitutional Courts, Judiciary, Transformative Constitutionalism, Separation of Powers, Constitutional Reform, Law and Governance
Senior Lecturer
Research interests:
Forced Migration and Movement of Peoples, Migration Law, Immigration, Citizenship, Refugees, Refugee Law
Professor
Research interests:
Legal Structures for Environmental and Climate Risk and Impact Management, Environmental Policy Design and Implementation, Environmental Law, Indigenous Rights and Environmental Law and Governance, Climate change, Natural disasters
Associate Professor
Research interests:
Administrative law, legal theory
Emeritus Professor
Research interests:
Statutory Interpretation, Delegated Legislation, Parliamentary Process and Procedure
Honorary Professor
Research interests:
Administrative law, Artificial intelligence and law, IT law, legal expert systems, court technology
PhD Candidate
Research interests:
Administrative law, Torts, private law remedies, Accountability, Government liability
Professor
Research interests:
Constitutional Law, Constitutional Courts, Constitutional History, Constitutional Reform, Constitutional Rights, Political Theory and Constitutional Law, Federalism, Gender and Constitutional Law, Parliamentary and Electoral Democracy, Separation of Powers, The Judicial System, Citizenship, Access to Government Information
Professor
Research interests:
Constitutional Rights, Federalism, Separation of Powers, The Judicial System, Private International Law, Administrative law, Constitutional Law
Senior Lecturer
Research interests:
Access to Government Information, Administrative law, Public law, Privacy
Visiting Fellow
Research interests:
Veterans’ Entitlements and Military Compensation Law, Social Security Law, Commonwealth Workers Compensation
Associate Lecturer
Research interests:
Legal Ethics, Family in migration law, Administrative law
Associate Professor
Research interests:
Public law, Torts, Judicial review of administrative action, state liability, remedies against public authorities, public / private divide, private law remedies, soft law
Visiting Fellow

Latest news

10
Nov
2017
Crown and Sword
ANU Press has just published 'Crown and Sword: Executive power and the use of force by the Australian Defence Force' by Associate Professor Cameron Moore.
27
Feb
2017
Nicole Leong
Nicole Leong is the recipient of the Dean's International Student Prize and Elizabeth Allen Prize for Foundations of Australian Law.
29
Oct
2016
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The Public Law Weekend enables ANU Law's Centre for Public Law to bring together a broad cross-section of the public law community including the judiciary, government, academia and the profession. The weekend provides an opportunity for practitioners, lawmakers and scholars to connect, engage and collaborate.
29
Jun
2016
ANU Law Professors Peter Cane and Jane Stapleton
ANU College of Law Distinguished Professor Jane Stapleton has burst through it to become the first woman in 500 years to be elected as the Master of Christ’s College Cambridge.
02
Jun
2016
ANU College of Law alumnus, the Hon. Justice Alan Robertson of the Federal Court, has been appointed to the Australian Competition Tribunal.

Upcoming events

15
May
2018

Can the legislature effectively supersede judicial interpretations with which it disagrees?

Deborah Widiss
1.00PM to 2.00PM
  • 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.

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