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Publications by Andrew Lynch

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Books

Australia’s Greatest Judicial Crisis – The Rise and Fall of Chief Justice Carmody, NewSouth Publishing, Sydney, 2016 (with R Ananian-Welsh and G Appleby);

Inside Australia’s Anti-Terrorism Laws and Trials, NewSouth Publishing, Sydney, 2015, 256 pages (with N McGarrity and G Williams);

Blackshield & Williams’ Australian Constitutional Law and Theory – Commentary & Materials, 6th edition, The Federation Press, 2014 (with G Williams and S Brennan);

What Price Security? Taking Stock of Australia’s Anti-Terrorism Laws , 2006, UNSW Press (with G Williams);

Australian Legal Research - Exercises & Tasks, 2004 3rd edition, Butterworths, Sydney (co-author: L McNamara) (1st and 2nd editions in 2001 and 2003 respectively);

Equity & Trusts, 2005 2nd edition, Butterworths, Sydney, 2005 (co-authors P Radan and C Stewart) (1st edition: 2001);

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Edited Books

Great Australian Dissents, Cambridge University Press, 2016;

Tomorrow’s Federation: Reforming Australian Government (2012)The Federation Press, Sydney, (co-edited with P Kildea and G Williams);

Counter-Terrorism and Beyond: The Culture of Law and Justice After 9/11 (2011), Routledge-Cavendish (co-edited with N McGarrity and G Williams);

Law & Liberty in the War on Terror (2007), Federation Press (co-edited with E MacDonald and G Williams);

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Book Chapters

'Unrequited but Still Great – The Dissent of Justices Dixon and Evatt in R v Federal Court of Bankruptcy; Ex parte Lowenstein (1938)' in A Lynch (ed) Great Australian Dissents (Cambridge University Press, 2016), 39-57;

'Introduction –What Makes a Dissent ‘Great’?' in A Lynch (ed) Great Australian Dissents (Cambridge University Press, 2016), 1-19;

‘Keep Your Distance: Independence, Individualism and Decision-Making on Multi-Member Courts’ in Rebecca Ananian-Welsh and Jonathan Crowe (eds), Judicial Independence in Australia – Contemporary Challenges, Future Directions (The Federation Press, 2016) 156.

‘Judicial Dissent and the Politics of the High Court’ in R Dixon and G Williams (eds), The High Court, the Constitution and Australian Politics, Cambridge University Press, 2015, 58-76;

‘Special Measures: Terrorism and Control Orders’ in B Saul (ed), Research Handbook on International Law and Terrorism (Edward Elgar, 2014) 503-20;

‘Secrecy and control orders: the role and vulnerability of constitutional values in the United Kingdom and Australia’ in D Cole et al (eds), Secrecy, National Security and the Vindication of Constitutional Law, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 2013, 154-72 (with T Tulich & R Welsh);

‘Legislating Anti-Terrorism: Some Observations on Form and Process’ in V Ramraj et al Global Anti-Terrorism Law and Policy (2nd ed), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2012, 151-82;

‘The Reference power: The Rise and Rise of a Placitum?’ in P Kildea, A Lynch and G Williams (eds), Tomorrow’s Federation , The Federation Press, Sydney, 2012, 193-209;

‘The Legislative and Executive Branch vs The Constitutional Court and the Judiciary – Conflict or Co-operation?’, in Jurgen Bröhmer (ed) The German Constitution turns 60: Basic Law and Commonwealth Constitution; German and Australian Perspectives , Peter Lang Press, pp.163-80;

‘The Emergence of a ‘Culture of Control” in A Lynch, N McGarrity and G Williams (eds), Counter-Terrorism and Beyond: The Culture of Law and Justice After 9/11 , Routledge, London, 2010, pp.3-9 (with N McGarrity & G Williams);

‘The Use of History by Lawyers in Debating Responses to Terrorism’ in S Brawley (ed), Doomed to Repeat? Terrorism and the Lessons of History , New Academia, Washington, 2009, pp.305-27.

"Achieving Security, Respecting Rights and Maintaining the Rule of Law" – chapter in A Lynch, E MacDonald and G Williams (eds), Law & Liberty in the War on Terror, Federation Press, 2007;

"The Constitutional Significance of the Church of England" - chapter in R Atherton, D Meyerson and P Radan, Law & Religion, Routledge Press, 2005;

"Dissenting Judgments" - entry in A Blackshield, M Coper & G Williams (eds), Oxford Companion to the High Court of Australia, Oxford University Press, 2001;

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Book Reviews

‘Courts and Teamwork: What It Means for Judicial Diversity’ (2015) 38 University of New South Wales Law Journal 1421-37;

Murray Gleeson – The Smiler’ by Michael Pelly, The Federation Press, 2014. Reviewed in (2014) 29(2) Australasian Parliamentary Review 188-91;

Judicialization of Politics: The Interplay of Institutional Structure, Legal Doctrine and Politics on the High Court of Australia' by Reginald S Sheehan et al, Carolina Academic Press, 2012. Reviewed in (2013) 34(2) Adealide Law Review 465-71;

The 9/11 Effect – Comparative Counter-Terrorism’ by Kent Roach, Cambridge University Press, 2012. Reviewed in (2012) 32 Legal Studies 673-80;

'Emergencies and the Limits of Legality’ edited by Victor V Ramraj, Cambridge University Press, 2008. Reviewed in [2010] Public Law 831-35;

‘Appealing to the Future – Michael Kirby and His Legacy’ edited by Ian Freckelton and Hugh Selby, Thomson Reuters, 2009. Reviewed in (2009) 34 Alternative Law Journal 138;

Counterterrorism: Democracy’s Challenge , by Andrea Bianchi and Alexis Keller (eds), Hart Publishing, 2008. Reviewed in Law and Politics Book Review , American Political Science Association, March 2009 http://www.bsos.umd.edu/gvpt/lpbr/reviews/2009/03/counterterrorism-democracys-challenge.html

‘Security and Human Rights’ edited by Benjamin J Goold and Liora Lazarus, Hart Publishing 2007. Reviewed in (2008) 10 Constitutional Law and Policy Review pp.51-56;

‘The Once and Future Court? - Jason L Pierce’s ‘Inside the Mason Court Revolution: The High Court of Australia Transformed” (2007) 35 Federal Law Review 145;

"The Cavendish Guide to Mooting" by J Snape & G Watt, Cavendish Publications, 1997. Reviewed in (1998) 15(2) Journal of Professional Legal Education 230;

"Mooting Manual" by T Gygar & A Cassimatis, Butterworths, 1997. Reviewed in (1997) 8(2) Legal Education Review 237

"Law for Managers" by G Holley, FT Publishing, 1996. Reviewed in (1997) 1(1) Macarthur Law Review 201

"Laying Down the Law" by G Morris, et al., 4th edition, Butterworths, 1996. Reviewed in (1996) 70 Australian Law Journal 327.

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Refereed Journal Articles

'The High Court under Chief Justice Robert French’ (2017) 91 Australian Law Journal 53 (with H Hobbs and G Williams);

‘The High Court on Constitutional Law – the 2015 Statistics’ (2016) 39 University of New South Wales Law Journal 1161-81 (with G Williams);

'Constitutional Incongruence: Explaining the Failure of the Council of the Australian Federation’ (2015) Federal Law Review 339 (with S Chordia);

Williams v Commonwealth: Commonwealth Executive Power And Spending After Williams (No 2)’ (2015) Melbourne University Law Review 306-30 (with S Chordia & G Williams);

‘The High Court on Constitutional Law – the 2014 Statistics’ (2015) 38 University of New South Wales Law Journal 1078-97 (with G Williams);

‘Facing up to Diversity? Transparency and the Reform of Commonwealth Judicial Appointments 2008-13’ (2015) 37 Sydney Law Review 187-216 (with E Handsley);

‘The High Court on Constitutional Law – the 2013 Statistics’ (2014) 37 University of New South Wales Law Journal 544-64 (with G Williams);
 
‘Federalism in Australian Constitutional Interpretation: Signs of Reinvigoration?’ (2014) 33 University of Queensland Law Journal 83-107 (with S Chordia);
 
Fortescue Metals Group Ltd v Commonwealth: The mining tax, discrimination and federalism’ (2014) 38 Australian Bar Review 183-202;

'The High Court on Constitutional Law – the 2012 Statistics’ (2013) 36(2) University of New South Wales Law Journal 514-33 (with G Williams);

‘Heresy in the High Court? Federalism as a Constraint on Commonwealth Power’ (2013) 41 Federal Law Review 71-93 (with D Hume & G Williams);

‘‘Williams v Commonwealth — Commonwealth Executive Power and Australian Federalism’ (2013) 37(1) Melbourne University Law Review 189-231 (with S Chordia & G Williams);

‘The High Court on Constitutional Law – the 2011 Statistics’ (2012) 35(3) University of New South Wales Law Journal pp.846-66 (with G Williams);

‘The Impact of Post-Enactment Review on Anti-Terrorism Laws: Four Jurisdictions Compared’ (2012) 18(1) Journal of Legislative Studies pp.63-81;

‘Commonwealth Financial Powers – Taxation, Direct Spending and Grants – Scope and Limitations’ (2011) 6 Public Policy pp.23-32;

‘The High Court on Constitutional Law – the 2010 Statistics’ (2011) 34(3) University of New South Wales Law Journal pp.1030-47 (with G Williams);

‘The High Court on Constitutional Law – the 2010 Term’ (2011) 34(3) University of New South Wales Law Journal pp.1006-29 (with G Williams);

‘Preserving the ‘Federal Balance’ through Judicial Diversity: Clutching at Straws?’ (2011) 13(3) Constitutional Law and Policy Review 42-57 (with M Matevosian);

‘Entrenching “Cooperative Federalism”: Is it Time to Formalise COAG’s place in the Australian Federation?’ (2011) 39 Federal Law Review 103-29 (with P Kildea);

'The Fair Work Act and the Referrals Power - Keeping the States in the Game' (2011) 24 Australian Journal of Labour Law 1-24; 

'After A Referral: The Amendment and Termination of Commonwealth Laws Relying on s 51(xxxvii)' (2010) 32 Sydney Law Review 363-87;

'The High Court on Constitutional Law: The 2009 Statistics' (2010) 33 University of New South Wales Law Journal 267-85 (with G Williams);

'A 'Watch Dog' of Australia's Counter-Terrorism Laws - The Coming of the National Security Legislation Monitor' (2010) 12 Flinders Journal of Law Reform 83-118 (with N McGarrity).

‘Terrorists and Bikies: The Constitutional Licence for Laws of Control’ (2009) 34 Alternative Law Journal 237;

‘Lessons from the History of the Proscription of Terrorist and Other Organisations by the Australian Parliament’ (2009) 13(1) Legal History 25 (with N McGarrity and G Williams);

‘The Proscription of Terrorist Organisations in Australia’ (2009) 37 Federal Law Review 1 (with N McGarrity and G Williams);

‘The High Court on Constitutional Law: The 2008 Statistics’ (2009) 32 University of New South Wales Law Journal 181-197 (with G Williams);

‘Control Orders in Australia: A Further Case Study in the Migration of British Counter-Terrorism Law’ (2008) 8 Commonwealth Law Journal 159;

Thomas v Mowbray : Australia’s ‘War on Terror’ Reaches the High Court’ (2008) 32 Melbourne University Law Review 1182;

‘Australia’s Counter-Terrorism Laws: How Neutral Laws create Fear and Anxiety in Muslim Communities, (2008) 33 Alternative Law Journal 225 (with N McGarrity);

‘Beyond a Federal Structure: Is a Constitutional Commitment to a Federal Relationship Possible?’ (2008) 32 University of New South Wales Law Journal 395-434 (with G Williams);

‘The High Court on Constitutional Law – the 2007 Statistics’ (2008) 31 University of New South Wales Law Journal pp.238-57 (with G Williams);

'Exceptionalism, politics and liberty: a response to Professor Tushnet from the Antipodes’ (2008) 3 International Journal of Law in Context 31-38;

‘The Constitution and Legislative Responsibility’ (2007) 18 Public Law Review pp.158-164 (with Tessa Meyrick);

‘The High Court on Constitutional Law – the 2006 Statistics’ (2007) 30 University of New South Wales Law Journal 188-203 (with G Williams);

“The Intelligence of a Future Day’: The Vindication of Constitutional Dissent in the High Court Australia – 1981-2003” (2007) Sydney Law Review 195;

“The Constitutional Validity Of Terrorism Orders Of Control And Preventative Detention” (2007) 10 Flinders Journal of Law Reform 105-142 (with A Reilly);

“Legislating with Urgency – The Enactment of the Anti-Terrorism Act [No 1] 2005” (2006) 31 Melbourne University Law Review 747-781;

“The High Court on Constitutional Law – the 2005 Statistics” (2006) 29 University of New South Wales Law Journal 182-97 (with G Williams);

“Use of Overseas Evidence in Terrorism Offences: The Implications of the Commonwealth’s New Scheme for Defendants and the Courts” (2006) 27 Australian Bar Review 288;

“Does The High Court Disagree More Often In Constitutional Cases? A Statistical Study Of Judgement Delivery 1981-2003” (2005) 33 Federal Law Review 485

“The High Court on Constitutional Law – the 2004 Statistics” (2005) 28 University of New South Wales Law Journal 14 (with G Williams)

"Taking Delight in Being Contrary, Frightened of Being a Loner or Simply Indifferent - How do Judges really feel about dissent?: Cass Sunstein's Why Societies Need Dissent" (2004) 32 Federal Law Review 311;

"The High Court on Constitutional Law - the 2003 Statistics" (2004) 27 University of New South Wales Law Journal 88 (with G Williams);

“Is Judicial Dissent Constitutionally Protected?” (2004) 4 Macquarie Law Journal 81; “Undue Influence, Consent and Medical Treatment” (2003) 96 Journal for the Royal Society of Medicine 598 (with C Stewart);

“Dissent : The Rewards and Risks of Judicial Disagreement in the High Court of Australia” (2003) 27(3) Melbourne University Law Review 724;

“The Gleeson Court on Constitutional Law – An Empirical Analysis of its First Five Years” (2003) 26 University of New South Wales Law Journal 32;

“Dissent: Towards a Methodology for Measuring Judicial Disagreement in the High Court of Australia” (2002) 24 Sydney Law Review 470;

“Equitable Compensation for breach of fiduciary duty: Causation and contribution – The High Court dodges a fusion fallacy in Pilmer” (2001) 21 Australian Bar Review 173

“Packing Them in the Aisles: Making Use of Moots as part of Course Delivery” (1999) 10 Legal Education Review 83;

“Judge Judy: A face of Justice (with a Chancellor’s Foot)” (1999) National Law Review 5;

“The Disability Discrimination Act 1992 (Cth) and Education – Why Standards must be Drafted” (1998) 5 Canberra Law Review 95;

“Unanimity in a Time of Uncertainty: The High Court settles its differences in Lange v Australian Broadcasting Corporation” (1997) 6 Griffith Law Review 211;

“Is Obesity a Disability – Actual or Perceived – under the Disability Discrimination Act 1992?” (1996) 3 Deakin Law Review 161;

“Why Do We Moot? Exploring the Role of Mooting in Legal Education” (1996) 7 Legal Education Review 67;

“Legislating for Ecologically Sustainable Development – The Fisheries Act 1994 (Q)” (1995) 2 James Cook University Law Review 82;

“‘Can I Sue my Mediator?’ – Finding the Key to Mediator Liability” (1995) 6 Australian Dispute Resolution Journal 113.

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Non-Refereed Articles

‘Commonwealth Spending after Williams (No 2) – Has the New Dawn Risen?’ (2015) 26 Public Law Review 83-90;

‘Collective Decision-making – The Current Australian Debate’ (2015) 21(1) European Journal of Current Legal Issues (available online at: http://webjcli.org/article/view/407/518)

‘Judicial Complaints and Suspension’ (2012) 23 Public Law Review 81-4;

'State Referrals and Terrorism Law Reform Paralysis: Cause and Effect?' (2010) 21 Public Law Review 155-59;

‘Should Australia’s Muslim Communities really be concerned about Anti-Terrorism Laws?’ (2007) 16(2) Human Rights Defender 7-9;

‘Maximising the Drama: ‘Jihad Jack’, the Court of Appeal and the Australian Media’ (2006) 27 Adelaide Law Review 311;

‘The High Court of Australia: Some Statistics’ (2007) 16 The Commonwealth Lawyer pp.30-32 (with G Williams);

‘Don’t lie back and think of England: comparisons on the process and substance of counter-terrorism laws’ (2005 Special Issue) Human Rights Defender 9

“The High Court – Legitimacy and Change: Haig Patapan’s ‘Judging Democracy-The New Politics of the High Court of Australia’” (2001) 29 Federal Law Review 295; “Flexibility in Legal Education: Delivering to Students with a Disability whilst maintaining Academic Standards”, Summer 96/97 Australasian Law Teachers Association Newsletter 6;

“Fisheries Act 1994 (Qld)” (1995) 4(1) Queensland Environmental Practice Reporter 97.

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Conference/Seminar Papers

‘Keep Calm and Carry On: Why the Increasing Automation of Legal Services Should Deepen and Not Diminish Legal Education’, The Future of Legal Education, Australian Academy of Law, Sydney, 11-13 August 2017 (with G Appleby and S Brennan);

‘Contemporary Challenges Facing the Australian Judiciary’, Courts, Power, Public Law, ICON-S Annual Meeting, Copenhagen, 5-7 July 2017 (with G Appleby, S Le Mire, B Opeskin); 

‘Integrity in Judicial Ethics and Regulation: The Challenges of Judicial Incapacity’, International Legal Ethics Conference VII, Fordham Law School, New York, 14-16 July 2016;

“With the Support of the Profession': The Role and Responsibilities of Lawyers’ Professional Associations in Judicial Appointments’, International Legal Ethics Conference VII, Fordham Law School, New York, 14-16 July 2016;

‘A Decade of the United Kingdom’s Judicial Appointments Commission – What Lessons are there for Australia?’, Supreme and Federal Court Judges Conference, Brisbane, 25-27 January 2016

‘Diversity without a Judicial Appointments Commission – The Australian Experience’, Appointing Judges in an Age of Diversity, Birmingham University, 6-7 November 2015;

‘Revisiting Judicial Appointments Reform in Australia’, Australian Association of Constitutional Law, Federal Court of Australia, Sydney, 19 October 2015;

‘Keep Your Distance: Independence, Individualism and Decision-making on Multi-member Courts’, Judicial Independence in Australia – Contemporary Challenges, Future Directions, University of Queensland, 10-11 July 2015;

‘The Constitution and Funding of Family and Relationship Services’, Annual Conference of Family & Relationship Services Australia, Hyatt Hotel, Canberra, 25 March 2015;

Williams (No 2)’, 2015 Constitutional Law Conference, Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law, Sydney, 13 February 2015;

‘Nothing to be Frightened of: Judicial Diversity and Disagreement’, Faculty of Law, University College London, 14 October 2014;

‘Judicial Diversity in Australia and the United Kingdom – A Common Objective; Distinct Approaches’, Society of Legal Scholars’ Conference, University of Nottingham, 11 September 2014;

‘Ends and Means: The New Ruthless Doctor’, Politics and Law of Doctor Who Symposium, Centre for Law, Society and Popular Culture, Westminster Law School, University of Westminster, London, 5 September 2014 (with P Crofts);

Williams Mark II: Commonwealth Spending, Benefits to Students and School Chaplaincy’, Current Constitutional Controversies Occasional Colloquium Series, University of Queensland and Supreme Court Library Queensland, Brisbane, 19 August, 2014;

‘All Things Being Equal: Merit and Diversity in Judicial Appointments’, College of Law, Australian National University, Canberra, 31 July 2014;

‘Local Government in the Federation’, Getting Down to Business, National General Assembly of Local Government, Canberra, 16 June 2014;

‘Judicial Dissent, Diversity and Electoral Politics’, The High Court, The Constitution and Australian Politics, Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law, UNSW, 7 November 2013;

‘Beyond Sex on the High Court – What Diversity Means Now’, Australian Lawyers’ Alliance Conference, Rydges Hotel, Canberra, 25 October 2013;

'Federalism in Australian Constitutional Interpretation: the Significance of Williams v Commonwealth, After Williams Colloquium: University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, 4 October 2013 (with S Chordia);

‘The MRRT – the Constitutional Context and Challenge’, 2013 Australian Political Studies Association Conference, Murdoch University, Perth, 2 October 2013;

‘Australian Intergovernmental relations: Ripe for Reform?’ Gender and Intergovernmental relations: Australian and international Perspectives, University of New South Wales, Sydney, 16-17 May 2013 (with P Kildea)

Williams v Commonwealth’, 2012 Government Solicitors Conference, Law Society of New South Wales, Sydney, 28 August 2012;

'Judicial Diversity: Is Disagreement a Positive Objective in Law?’, Sociolegal Conversations across a Sea of Islands, 2012 International Conference on Law & Society, Honolulu, USA, 5-8 June 2012; 

‘Author Meets Reader: The 9/11 Effect’, Sociolegal Conversations across a Sea of Islands, 2012 International Conference on Law & Society, Honolulu, USA, 5-8 June 2012;

‘Rule of Law & the Commonwealth Principles—Terrorism, Emergency Laws & Human Rights’, invited paper presented at Commonwealth Regional Law Association Conference, Sydney, 19 April 2012;

'Secrecy and Control Orders: The Role and Vulnerability of Constitutional Values’, Secrecy, National Security and the Vindication of Constitutional Law , International Association of Constitutional Law - Research Group on Constitutional Responses to Terrorism, Bocconi University, Milan, Italy, 2 December 2011 (with Tamara Tulich and Rebecca Welsh);

‘Judicial Dissent and Strategy’, A Big Day Out for Judicial Development , South Australian Judicial Education Committee, Adelaide, 3 November 2011;

‘National Priorities and State Referrals: The Age of Section 51 (xxxvii)’, Sixteenth Public Law Weekend – ‘10 Years on from September 11: the Impact on Public Law’ , ANU, 10 September 2011;

‘COAG, the Constitution and State Accountability’, 3rd Annual Intergovernmental Relations Conference , National Convention Centre, Canberra, 17 August 2011 (with Paul Kildea);

‘Commonwealth Financial Powers – Taxation, Direct Spending and Grants – Scope and Limitations’, Power and Politics: New Dimensions of Federalism in Australia Conference , Constitutional Centre of Western Australia, 2 July 2011;

‘The Rise and Rise of the Reference Power’, Mechanisms of Federal Reform – Research Roundtable , Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law, Sydney, 24-25 March 2011;

‘The High Court on Constitutional Law: The 2010 Term’, 2011 Constitutional Law Conference, Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law, 18 February 2011 (with G Williams);

‘The Tenacity of Bad Law – Why Anti-Terrorism Laws Proliferate and Persist’, VIIIth World Congress of the International Association of Constitutional Law , Mexico City, 6-10 December 2010;

‘Federalism at the Sub-constitutional Level: The Case of the Council of Australian Governments’, VIIIth World Congress of the International Association of Constitutional Law , Mexico City, 6-10 December 2010 (with P Kildea);

‘Entrenching ‘Cooperative Federalism’: Is It Time To Formalise COAG’s Place In The Australian Federation?’, Conference of the Australian Political Studies Association , University of Melbourne, 27-29 September 2010 (with P Kildea);

'The Fair Work Act - The Referrals Power Comes to the Rescue Once More', Public Lecture, ANU College of Law, Australian Labour Law Associations and Industrial Relations Society of the ACT, Australian National University, Canberra, 24 March 2010;

‘Australian Federalism and a National Human Rights Act – Implications and Challenges’, Conference of the Australian Political Studies Association , Macquarie University, Sydney, 28-30 September 2009 (with P Kildea and E Santow);

‘Contemporary Challenges and the Strengthening of Executive Power: An Australian Case Study’, International association of Law Schools Conference on Constitutional Law , American University Washington College of Law and Georgetown University Law Center, Washington DC, United States of America, 11-12 September 2009;

‘The Constitutional Licence for Laws of Control: Terrorists and Bikies’, NSW Young Lawyers, Law Society of NSW, 28 July 2009;

‘The Legislative and Executive Branch vs The Constitutional Court and the Judiciary – Conflict or Co-operation?’, 60 years Deutsches Grundgesetz – The German Constitution turns 60: Human and basic rights through the eyes of Germany and Australia, Australian National University, Canberra, 22-23 May 2009;

‘The Advantages of a Human Rights Act’, Amnesty International, New South Wales Annual General Meeting, Steelers Club, Wollongong, 17 May 2009;

‘Keynote Address’, New South Wales Schools State Constitutional Convention , Parliament of NSW, Sydney, 16 February 2009;

‘The Haneef Affair: Diminished Rights, Diminished Security’, Counter Terrorism and Human Rights (Postgraduate Course), Center for Security Studies, University of Sydney, 14 February 2009;

‘Restricting Liberty under Australian Law and Practice’, Joint Workshop, Restrictions of Liberty of Terror Suspects, The Israel Democracy Institute and the International Committee of the Red Cross (Tel-Aviv Delegation), Jerusalem, 14 December 2008;

‘Security’, Exploding Media Myths: Misrepresenting Australia? , Journalism and Media Research Centre, UNSW, and Edith Cowan University, Sydney, 20 November 2008;

‘An Independent Reviewer for Australian Terror Laws?’, Federal Criminal Law Conference , NSW Bar Association and Law Council of Australia, Sydney, 5 September 2008;
 
‘Australia’s Terrorism Laws: Exploring their counter-productive impact on Muslim communities’, 12th Biennial Conference of the International Society for Justice Research , Flinders University, Adelaide, 14-17 August 2008;

‘Control Orders in Australia: The Securitization of Public Life’, Law and Justice in the Risk Society , Annual Meeting of the Research Committee on Sociology of Law, International Sociological Association, Milan/Como, Italy, 9-12 July 2008;

‘National Security and Australia’s Culture of Control’, Division of Law, Macquarie University, Sydney, 1 May 2008;

‘From Blair’s Britain with Love: Control Orders in Australia’, Seminar, Socio-Legal Research Centre, Griffith University, Brisbane, 10 March 2008;

‘Australia’s Anti-Terrorism Laws - Where They Stand and What’s Next?’ Occasional Seminar, Judicial Commission of New South Wales and the District Court Education Committee, Sydney, 29 November 2007;

‘Comparative Counter-Terrorism: what can we learn? Extraordinary Rendition, Intercept Evidence and ‘Setting Aside’ Rights’, Human Rights and Counter-Terrorism: Reframing the Debate, Centre for the Study of Human Rights, London School of Economics, United Kingdom, 5 October 2007;

‘Some Observations on Australian Anti-Terrorism Law and Civil Liberties’, Department of Law, University of Durham, United Kingdom, 2 October 2007;

‘International Influences on Australian Anti-Terrorism Law’, School of Law, Leeds University, United Kingdom, 2 October 2007;

‘Perspectives on Federalism’, National Industrial Relations Conference, Queensland Department of Employment and Industrial Relations, 11 September 2007.

‘Securing Our Freedoms’ Panel Discussion, Amnesty International, University of Adelaide, 31 July 2007.

‘The Use of History by Lawyers in Debating Responses to Terrorism’, Inaugural Research Network for a Secure Australia Terrorism History Conference, Canberra, 13 June 2007;

‘Incapacity not Misbehaviour: Illness, Independence and Judicial Removal’ Staff Seminar, University of Tasmania, 1 May 2007.

‘What Price Security?’ Panel Discussion, gleebooks Events Upstairs@49, Sydney, 23 November 2006.

‘Terrorism, the Law and Human Rights’, Law & Society HSC Legal Studies Study Day, Sydney, 23 November 2006.

‘Recent Cases on the Constitutional Separation of Judicial Power – Will Terrorism Control Orders Survive the High Court?’, Gilbert + Tobin Lawyers, Sydney, 17 October 2006.

‘Harmony and Diversity: Unanimity and Dissent on the High Court’, Staff Seminar, University of Tasmania, 10 May 2006.

‘Legislating with Urgency’, Ensuring Accountability – Terrorist Challenges and State Responses in a Free Society, ANU, Canberra, 20-21 April 2006.

‘Trying to Pin Down the New Terror Laws – Some Comments on Process and Powers’ Gilbert + Tobin, Sydney, 7 December 2005.

‘Terror and Exceptionalism - Can an Emergency Constitution Limit Executive Power?’ The Executive – Third Annual Conference on the Primary Functions of Government, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, 25 November 2005.

‘The Constitution – Its Form and Values’ the New South Wales Schools State Constitutional Convention, Parliament of NSW, Sydney, 14 November 2005.

‘The Constitution and Terrorism – an Emergency Mechanism or a Bill of Rights?’ Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Sydney, 19 October 2005.

‘Terror and Exceptionalism: Does Australia Need an Emergency Constitution for the Way We Live Now?’, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto, Guest Seminar - 3 October 2005.

‘Changing Institutional Relationships in a Time of Terror’, UK-Australia Roundtable on Terrorism and Law, University College London, 26 September 2005;

“Is Judicial Dissent Constitutionally Protected?”, School of Law, University of New South Wales, Guest Seminar – 4 May 2004; “The Scholarship of Teaching – A Case Study”, Legal Education Workshop, 2003 ALTA Conference – Changing Law, Griffith University, Brisbane, 6-9 July 2003;

“The Gleeson Court on Constitutional Law: An Empirical Analysis” 2003 Constitutional Law Conference – Centenary of the High Court of Australia, UNSW and the Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law, Sydney, 21 February 2003;

“Dissent and Precedent - Change and Certainty in a Court of Last Resort”, Division of Law, Macquarie University, Guest Seminar – 22 August 2002; “Constitutional Dissent”, UTS Faculty of Law, Research Seminar – 26 October 2001;

“Mooting as a Spectator Sport: Moots as part of Course Delivery” Australasian Law Teachers Association Conference, University of Otago, New Zealand, 5-8 July 1998 (with S Fitzpatrick);

“Simultaneous Cross-Institution Course Delivery: Are there any conclusions we may draw for flexible learning in law?” Flexible Learning without Technology Symposium, UTS, 29 October 1997 (with B Bondfield & A Stuhmcke);

“An Experience in Simultaneous Cross-Institutional Delivery of a First Year Course” ALTA Conference, UTS, 2-5 October 1997 (with B Bondfield & A Stuhmcke);

“Putting Ourselves to the Test: Justifying Our Assessment Methods” QUT Legal Education Day, 8 December 1995 (with L Godden & M Keyes);

“From in Front and Behind the Lectern” HERDSA ’95 Conference, published in (1995) 18 Research and Development in Higher Education pp.704-709 (with L Taylor).

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