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Publications by Lisa Burton Crawford

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Books

- Lisa Burton Crawford, The Rule of Law and the Australian Constitution (Federation Press, 2017)

- Lisa Burton Crawford, Janina Boughey, Melissa Castan and Maria O'Sullivan, Public Law and Statutory Interpretation: Principles and Practice (Federation Press, 2017)

- Lisa Burton Crawford, Patrick Emerton and Dale Smith (eds), Law Under a Democratic Constitution: Essays in Honour of Jeffrey Goldsworthy (Hart, 2018)

Book chapters

- Janina Boughey and Lisa Burton Crawford, ‘Jurisdictional Error: Do We Really Need It?’ in John Bell, Mark Elliott and Jason Varuhas (eds), The Unity of Public Law? Doctrinal, Theoretical and Comparative Perspectives (Hart, 2018)

- Lisa Burton Crawford and Jeffrey Goldsworthy, 'Constitutionalism’ in Cheryl Saunders and Adrienne Stone (eds), Oxford Handbook to the Australian Constitution (Oxford University Press, 2018)

- Lisa Burton Crawford, ‘The Rule of Law’ in Rosalind Dixon (ed), Australian Constitutional Values (Hart, 2018)

- Lisa Burton Crawford, Patrick Emerton and Emmanuel Laryea, ‘Investor-State Dispute Settlement and the Australian Constitution’ in Colin Picker Heng Wang and Weihuan Zhou (eds), Chinese-Australian Economic Relations in the Post-ChAFTA World (Hart, 2018)

- George Williams and Lisa Burton, ‘Australia’s Parliamentary Scrutiny Act: An Exclusive Parliamentary Model of Rights Protection’ in Hayley Hooper, Murray Hunt and Paul Yowell (eds), Redressing the Democratic Deficit in Human Rights (Hart 2015) 257

Articles

- Lisa Burton Crawford, 'The Entrenched Minimum Provision of Judicial Review and the Limits of "Law"' (2017) 45(4) Federal Law Review 569

- Lisa Burton Crawford, 'Expanding the Entrenched Minimum Provision of Judicial Review? Graham v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection' (2017) 28(4) Public Law Review 282

- Janina Boughey and Lisa Burton Crawford, 'Reconsidering R (on the Application of Cart) v Upper Tribunal and the Rationale for Jurisdictional Error' [2017] Public Law 592

- Lisa Burton Crawford, ‘Who Decides the Validity of Executive Action? No-invalidity Clauses and the Separation of Powers’ (2017) 24(2) Australian Journal of Administrative Law 81

- Lisa Burton Crawford, ‘Can Parliament Confer Plenary Executive Power? The Limitations Imposed by ss 51 and 52 of the Australian Constitution’ (2016) 44(4) Federal Law Review 287

- Patrick Emerton and Lisa Burton Crawford, 'Parliament, the People and Interpreting the Law: Miller v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union' (2016) 35(2) University of Queensland Law Journal 2016

- Lisa Burton, ‘Why These Three? The Significance of the Selection of Remedies in Section 75(v) of the Australian Constitution’ (2014) 42(2) Federal Law Review 253

- Lisa Burton and George Williams, ‘What Future for Australia’s Control Order Regime?’ (2013) 24 Public Law Review 182

- George Williams and Lisa Burton, ‘Australia’s Exclusive Model of Parliamentary Rights Protection’ (2013) 34 Statute Law Review 32

- Lisa Burton, Nicola McGarrity and George Williams, ‘The Extraordinary Questioning and Detention Powers of Australia’s Security Intelligence Organisation’ (2012) 36(2) Melbourne University Law Review 415

- Lisa Burton and George Williams, ‘The Integrity Function and ASIO’s Extraordinary Questioning and Detention Powers’ (2012) 38(3) Monash Law Review 34

- Lisa Burton, ‘MZXOT: Last stop on Route 75(v)?’ (2009) 16 Australian Journal of Administrative Law 115

Key conference papers and other publications

- 'Jurisdictional Error and the Principle of Legality', Administrative Law in the Common Law World Blog, https://adminlawblog.org/2018/03/06/lisa-burton-crawford-jurisdictional-...

- 'Rights Protection, Statutory Interpretation and the Rule of Law', Paper presented at the Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law Constitutional Law Conference, February 2018

- 'Statutory Meaning Without Intention: Defending the High Court's "New Approach" to Statutory Interpretation', Paper presented at Workshop in Honour of Professor Jeffrey Goldsworthy, July 2017

- 'Judicial Review and the Limits of Legislative Power', Paper Presented at the Melbourne Law School Legal Theory Workshop, March 2017

- 'Jurisdictional Error: Do We Really Need It?', Paper presented with Dr Janina Boughey at the Public Law Conference, University of Cambridge, September 2016

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