Subject area for
Authored Research Books
Book Chapters Other
- A Constitutional Culture in Transition.
- A Federation without Federalism.
- Asia, Oceania and constitutionalism
- Commonwealth of Australia
- Der australische Bundesstaat.
- It seems...to be a leading case
- Reforming state constitutions
- Rights, federalism and the Australian states
- The constitutional, legal and institutional foundations of Australian federalism
Conference Papers Refereed
Conference Papers Unrefereed
- Australian Parliaments and the protection of human rights
- Dollars and Democracy: The Dynamics of Australian Political Finance and its Regulation
- Executive Power under the Australian Constitution: definition, delimitation and accountability
- Freedom of Expression in Democratic States: A New Theoretical Direction
- Parliamentary Protection of Human Rights in an Age of Counter-terrorism
Journal Articles Refereed
- 'Chosen by the people'? How Federal Parliamentary Seats Might be Reserved for Indigenous Australians Without Changing the Constitution
- 'Crossing a Constitutional Rubicon? The Corporations Power and the Workplace Relations Amendment (Work Choices) Act 2005'
- A New Direction for Intergovernmental Arrangements
- Appointing Australian judges: A new model
- Appointing the Governor-General: The Case of William McKell
- Choosing the Republic: The Legal and Constitutional Steps in Australia and Canada
- Collaborative federalism
- Contempt of Parliament in Victoria
- Creating a legal identity: Aboriginal people and the assimilation census1
- Disqualification of members of Parliament in Victoria
- Equality and discrimination: Understanding context
- Fundamental Doctrines for the Protection of Civil Liberties in the United Kingdom: A V Dicey and the Human Rights Act 1998 (UK).
- Government Control of Royal Assent in Victoria
- Government regulation by contract: Implications for the rule of law
- Homelessness and Human Rights: Engaging Human Rights Discourse in the Australian Context.
- Indonesia: General elections test the amended constitution and the new constitutional court
- Indonesian Constitutional Reform: Muddling Towards Democracy.
- International Law as a Tool of Constitutional Interpretation.
- Interpreting the constitution
- Judicial review without rights: Some problems for the democratic legitimacy of structural judicial review
- Justice at the sharp end: Improving Australia's military justice system
- Limitations of a charter of rights in the age of counter-terrorism
- National Policy-Making in Indigenous Affairs: Blueprint for an Indigenous Review Council
- Possible constitutional objections to the powers to ban 'terrorist' organisations'
- Privative clauses and time limits in the High Court
- Property and the Drafting of the Australian Constitution
- Protecting rights in the Australian Federation
- Protection Visas and Privative Clause Decisions: Hickman and the Migration Act 1958 (Cth).
- Religion as Politics not Law: the Religion Clauses in the Australian Constitution1
- Religious Vilification Laws in Australia
- Research and the Parliamentarian: An analysis of the Victoria Internship Program, 1990 to 2006
- Responsibility for rights: The ACT Human Rights Act
- The Meaning of Constitutional Terms: Essential Features, Family Resemblance and Theory-Based Approaches
- The Rule of Law, Constitutionalism and the MV Tampa.
- The Use and Misuse of Comparative Constitutional Law
- The continuing futility of the Human Rights Act
- The interesting times of Louis Favoreu
- Toward Indigenous recognition in the Australian Constitution: Getting the words right
Journal Articles Unrefereed
- Between Religious Freedom and Equality: Complexity and Context
- Book review; Australian constitutional landmarks
- Entrenching constitutional reform in Victoria
- Separation of Powers and the Judicial Branch
- The Defence Power, Chapter III and White v Director of Military Prosecutions (2007) 235 ALR 455; 2007 HCA 29
Journal Articles Unrefereed Letters Or Notes
Major Reference Works
Research Book Chapters
- A Constitutional Right to (Gender) Equality: What's the Difference?
- A case study in Common Law Constitutionalism
- Budgetary federalism: Balancing federalism and representative government
- Chair of the constitutional centenary foundation
- Comparative constitutional law in the courts: Is there a problem?
- Comparing federal constitutions
- Constitutional Challenges Posed by National Security: An Australian story
- Constitutional Constraints on the Redistribution of Wealth.
- Constitutional Property Rights in Australia: Reconciling Individual Rights and the Common Good
- Constitutional Renewal - Everything You Might Like to Know.
- Constitutional rights and the common law
- Constitutional structure and Australian Federalism
- Continuity and Flexibility: Executive Power in Australia
- Deadlocks in State Parliaments
- Dividing Power in a Federation in an Age of Globalisation
- Future prospects for the Australian constitution
- Insights from the Experience of the Constitutional Centenary Foundation for the Future Republican Movement.
- Judicial dialogue in common law countries
- Lawyers, historians and federation history
- Legal regulation of political donations in Australia: Time for change
- Legislative, Executive, and Judicial Institutions: A Synthesis
- Perspectives on the rule of law
- Political parties and constitutional change
- Protecting Rights in Common Law Constitutional Systems: A Framework for a Comparative Study.
- Standing to Raise Constitutional Issues in Australia.
- Standing to raise constitutional issues in Australia
- The Australian republic: Act I
- The Head of State as the Guarantor of Democratic Government.
- The High Court's role in government and nation
- The Minimum Core Content of Trade Union Rights in the South African Context.
- The Parliament as Partner: A Century of Constitutional Review
- The Uniform Income Tax cases
- The constitutional framework for a regional Australia
- The nations of Australia
- Ways and means of constitutional reform