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Publications by Grant Hoole

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JOURNAL ARTICLES

'Judicialisation or Renunciation? Judges in Today's Landscape of Anti-Terrorism Laws' (2015) 24:1 Constitutional Forum 7-14 (with Rebecca Ananian-Welsh).

'The Forms and Limits of Judicial Inquiry: Judges as Inquiry Commissioners in Canada and Australia' (2014) 37 Dalhousie Law Journal 431-79.

'Proportionality as a Remedial Principle: A Framework for Suspended Declarations of Invalidity in Canadian Constitutional Law' (2011) 49 Alberta Law Review 107-148.

BOOK CHAPTERS

'Commissions of Inquiry in Canada' in Scott Prasser and Helen Tracey, eds, Royal Commissions and Public Inquiries: Practice and Potential (Ballarat, Vic: Connor Court, 2014) 331-55.

SELECT CONFERENCE PAPERS

'Interinstitutional Dialogue and the Reference Power in Canada', International Society of Public Law (ICON-S) 2017 Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark, 5 July 2017.

'Integrity of Purpose: Designing a Federal Anti-Corruption Commission' (with Gabrielle Appleby), discussion paper for Transparency International Australia's First Biennial Conference, National Integrity 2017, Brisbane, Australia, 17 March 2017.

'Magidiwana and the Pluralism of Inquiries', presented to the Constitutional Court Review's 8th Annual Symposium, Holocaust and Genocide Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa, 8 December 2016.

'Contemporary Challenges for Judicial Independence: Perspectives from South Africa and Canada' (with Rebecca Ananian-Welsh), presented to the International Association for Constitutional Law World Congress, Oslo, Norway, 19 June 2014.

'Proportionality as a Remedial Principle', presented to the David Asper Centre for Constitutional Rights, Roundtable on Constitutional Remedies, Toronto, Canada, 28 February 2014.

SUBMISSIONS

Submission to the Senate Select Committee on a National Integrity Commission, 7 April 2017 (with Gabrielle Appleby).

Submission to the Senate Select Committee on the Establishment of a National Integrity Commission, 20 April 2016 (with Gabrielle Appleby, Sean Brennan and Shipra Chordia).

MEDIA

'Anti-corruption commissions should only rarely hold public hearings', The Australian, 21 April 2017 (with Gabrielle Appleby).

'Juvenile detention royal commissioners must reach out to rebuild public trust' The Conversation, 1 August 2016.

'What should a federal ICAC look like? The hypothetical long arm' The Mandarin, 2 May 2016 (with Gabrielle Appleby).

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