Publications by Shipra Chordia | Law

Publications by Shipra Chordia

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Peer-reviewed journal articles

• S Chordia, ‘Section 96 of the Constitution: developments in methodology and interpretation’ (2015) 34(2) University of Tasmania Law Review 54

• S Chordia, A Lynch and G Williams, ‘Williams v Commonwealth: Commonwealth Executive Power after Williams (No 2)’ (2015) 39 Melbourne University Law Review 306

• S Chordia and A Lynch, ‘Constitutional Incongruence: Explaining the Failure of the Council of the Australian Federation’ (2015) 43 Federal Law Review 339

• S Chordia and A Lynch, ‘Federalism in Australian constitutional interpretation: signs of reinvigoration?’ (2014) 33(1) University of Queensland Law Journal 83

• S Chordia, ‘The High Court, Same-sex marriage and Federalism’ (2014) 39(2) Alternative Law Journal 84

• S Chordia, A Lynch and G Williams, ‘Williams v Commonwealth: Commonwealth Executive Power and Australian Federalism’ (2013) 37(1) Melbourne University Law Review 189

Academic blogposts

• Shipra Chordia, ‘The Trajectory of Structured Proportionality in Implied Freedom of Political Communication cases: Brown v Tasmania’ on AUSPUBLAW (2 November 2017)

• Shipra Chordia, ‘Proportionality and McCloy v New South Wales: close but not quite?’ on AUSPUBLAW (1 March 2016)

Conference and seminar presentations

• ‘Structured proportionality after McCloy and Murphy', Australian Association of Constitutional Law, Federal Court of Australia, Sydney, 17 May 2017

• ‘The problem of balancing: structured proportionality and tiered scrutiny’, Harvard Law School Visiting Scholar Colloquium Series, Harvard Law School, Cambridge, 30 November 2016

• ‘Dealing with uncertainty in the absence of constitutional rights: proportionality in systems dominated by political constitutionalism’, International Society of Public Law 2015 Conference, New York University, New York, 2 July 2015

Media publications

• ‘Frozen Federation Fails as a Model of Accountable Government’, The Conversation, 4 June 2014

• ‘The Many Dilemmas of George Brandis’, The Age, Sydney Morning Herald and The Canberra Times, 4 February 2014 (with Andrew Lynch)

• ‘Racial vilification first on George Brandis’ chopping block’, Crikey, 5 December 2013 (with Andrew Lynch)

• ‘The Brandis Agenda’, Inside Story, 4 December 2013 (with Andrew Lynch)

• ‘Legally binding or not? Why breaking the Gonski funding deals matters’, The Conversation, 27 November 2013

• ‘Federal-state reform: is Abbott offering the real deal?’, The Conversation, 21 August 2013 (with Andrew Lynch)

• Explainer: why are we having a referendum on local government?’, The Conversation, 13 May 2013

• ‘Murray-Darling: why Australia needs intergovernmental cooperation’, The Conversation, 30 October 2012

Submissions to public inquiries

• Submission to Inquiry into Australian Citizenship Amendment (Allegiance to Australia) Bill 2015, Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security, 16 July 2015

• Submission to National Commission of Audit, 21 November 2013

• Oral evidence at hearing before Senate Finance and Public Administration Legislation Committee, 29 April 2013

• Submission to Inquiry into Citizen Initiated Referendum Bill 2013, Senate Finance and Public Administration Legislation Committee, 22 April 2013

• Submission to Inquiry into Constitutional Recognition of Local Government, Joint Select Committee on the Constitutional Recognition of Local Government, 12 December 2012

• Submission to Inquiry into the 2010 Australian Federal Election, Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters

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