Professor Anne Twomey

BA LLB (Hons) (Melbourne) LLM (ANU) PhD (UNSW)
Professor of Constitutional Law
Director, Constitutional Reform Unit

F10 - Law School (Camperdown)
The University of Sydney

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Biographical details

Anne Twomey has practised as a solicitor and is admitted to practice in New South Wales, Victoria, the ACT, and the High Court (but does not hold a current practising certificate). She has worked for the High Court of Australia as a Senior Research Officer, the Commonwealth Parliamentary Research Service as a researcher in the Law and Government Group, the Commonwealth Senate as Secretary to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Committee, and The Cabinet Office of NSW as Policy Manager of the Legal Branch. She has acted as a consultant to various government bodies.

Research interests

  • Constitutional law
  • Constitutional history
  • Electoral law
  • Federalism
  • Parliamentary procedure and practice
  • Executive power
  • Monarchy, Crown, republic and decolonisation

Teaching and supervision

  • Federal Constitutional Law
  • Public Law
  • The Constitution and the Crown
  • The High Court of Australia

Associations

  • Council Member, Australian Association of Constitutional Law
  • Admitted to practice in NSW, Victoria, ACT and High Court of Australia

Selected grants

2013

  • The Australasian Legal Scholarship Library: New content and sophistication for a world-leading legal scholarship repository and citator; Greenleaf G, Twomey A; University of New South Wales/Shared Research Support.

2012

  • The Australasian Legal History Library: Creating historical depth in legal data on AustLII, to improve all legal research; Mowbray A, Twomey A, Irving H; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities (LIEF).

2011

  • A comparative study of the prerogative and reserve powers in Commonwealth nations; Twomey A; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

Selected publications & creative works

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Books

  • Greiner, N., Carling, R., Twomey, A., Sammut, J. (2014). Sovereignty, Blame Games and Tony Abbott's New Federalism: Policy Forum 27. Australia: Centre for Independent Studies. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2010). The Australia Acts 1986: Australias Statutes of Independence. Sydney: The Federation Press.
  • Twomey, A. (2006). The Chameleon Crown - The Queen and her Australian Governors. Sydney: Federation Press.
  • Twomey, A. (2004). The Constitution Of New South Wales. Annandale: Federation Press.

Book Chapters

  • Twomey, A. (2014). Civics and Citizenship (Year 3 to Year 10). Review of the Australian Curriculum: Supplementary Material, (pp. 320-343). Australia: Australian Government Department of Education. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2014). The legality of federal government expenditure. A Federation for the 21st Century, (pp. 71-82). Australia: Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA). [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2013). "We the people of Australia": A constitution in search of a preamble. In Tanya Dalziell, Paul Genoni (Eds.), Telling Stories: Australian Life and Literature 1935–2012, (pp. 505-512). Clayton, Australia: Monash University Publishing.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). Federalism in Australia: gazing in the crystal ball of constitutional reform. In G Appleby, N Aroney and T John (Eds.), The Future of Australian Federalism: Comparative and Interdisciplinary Perspectives, (pp. 446-462). New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). NSW and Federalism. In David Clune, Rodney Smith (Eds.), From Carr to Keneally: Labor in office in NSW 1995-2011, (pp. 100-109). Sydney Australia: Allen and Unwin.
  • Twomey, A. (2011). Australia. In E Murgadas & C Rico (Eds.), Instituciones y Competencias en los Estados Descentralizados (Institutions and Powers in Decentralized Countries). Barcelona: Institut d'Estudis Autonomics.
  • Twomey, A. (2011). Freedom of Political Communication and its Constitutional Limits on Electoral Laws. In J Tham, B Costar and G Orr (Eds.), Electoral Democracy: Australian Prospects, (pp. 189-208). Melbourne: Melbourne University Press.
  • Twomey, A. (2010). One In, All In - The Simultaneous Implementation of a Republic at Commonwealth and State Levels. In Sarah Murray (Eds.), Constitutional Perspectives on an Australian Republic: Essays in Honour of Professor George Winterton, (pp. 20-40). Sydney: The Federation Press.
  • Twomey, A. (2010). The Entrenchment of the Queen and Governor in the Queensland Constitution. In Michael White, Aladin Rahemtula (Eds.), Queenslands Constitution: Past, Present and Future, (pp. 185-213). Australia: Supreme Court of Queensland Library.
  • Twomey, A. (2009). Commonwealth of Australia. In Michelmann, Hans (Eds.), Foreign Relations in Federal Countries, (pp. 37-64). Montreal: McGill-Queens University Press.
  • Twomey, A. (2009). Sir Dudley Rawson Stratford de Chair. In David Clune, Ken Turner (Eds.), The Governors of New South Wales 1788-2010, (pp. 457-472). Australia: The Federation Press.
  • Twomey, A. (2009). Sir Phillip Woolcott Game. In David Clune, Ken Turner (Eds.), The Governors of New South Wales 1788-2010, (pp. 473-495). Australia: The Federation Press.
  • Twomey, A. (2008). Federalism - the Good, the Bad and the Opportunities. In Justin Healey (Eds.), Australia's System of Government. Thirroul, NSW: Spinney Press.
  • Twomey, A. (2007). Foreign Affairs in Australia: Evolution and Reform. In R Blindenbacher & C Pasma (Eds.), Dialogues on foreign relations in federal countries (A Global Dialogue on Federalism Booklet Series volume 5), (pp. 12-14). Canada: Forum of Federations.
  • Twomey, A. (2006). Clayton v Heffron. In George Winterton (Eds.), State Constitutional Landmarks, (pp. 161-184). Sydney: The Federation Press.
  • Twomey, A. (2006). The Dismissal of the Lang Government. In George Winterton (Eds.), State Constitutional Landmarks, (pp. 129-160). Sydney: The Federation Press.
  • Twomey, A. (2006). The Making of the Australia Acts 1986. In George Winterton (Eds.), State Constitutional Landmarks, (pp. 267-297). Sydney: The Federation Press.
  • Twomey, A. (2001). Federal Parliament's Changing Role in Treaty Making and External Affairs. In G Lindell & R Bennett (Eds.), Parliament - the Vision in Hindsight, (pp. 37-92). Sydney: Federation Press.
  • Twomey, A. (2000). Sue v Hill — The Evolution of Australian Independence. In Adrienne Stone, George Williams (Eds.), The High Court at the Crossroads: Essays in constitutional law. Australia: Federation Press.

Journals

  • Twomey, A. (2014). A Revised Proposal for Indigenous Constitutional Recognition. Sydney Law Review, 36(3), 381-411.
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Constitutional law: Canadian Supreme Court invalidates one of its own; Exposing royal influence in the United Kingdom. Australian Law Journal, 88(6), 383-385. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Constitutional law: Same-sex marriage and constitutional interpretation. Australian Law Journal, 88(9), 613-616. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Post-Williams Expenditure - When Can The Commonwealth And States Spend Public Money Without Parliamentary Authorisation? University of Queensland Law Journal, 33(1), 9-28.
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Same-Sex Marriage and Territories (Forthcoming). Federal Law Review.
  • Twomey, A. (2014). The exercise of reserve powers in Victoria from 1912–1955. Australian Bar Review, 39(2), 198-214.
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Unions NSW v NSW (Forthcoming). University of Notre Dame Australia Law Review.
  • Twomey, A. (2013). Advice to the Governor-General on the appointment of Kevin Rudd as Prime Minister. Public Law Review, 24(4), 289-304.
  • Twomey, A. (2013). Book Review: Reluctant Democrat - Sir William Denison in Australia 1847-1861. Australasian Parliamentary Review, 28(1), 140-142.
  • Twomey, A. (2013). Compulsory Voting in a Representative Democracy: Choice, Compulsion and The Maximisation of Participation in Australian Elections. Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal, 13(2), 283-312. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2013). Local Government Referendum. Alternative Law Journal, 38(3), 142.
  • Twomey, A. (2013). The Application of Constitutional Preambles and the Constitutional Recognition of Indigenous Australians. International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 62(2), 317-343. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2013). The defining characteristics of constitutional expressions and the nationalisation of the State court system. The Judicial Review: selected papers, 11(2), 233-244.
  • Twomey, A. (2013). The dilemmas of drafting a Constitution for a new state. Australasian Parliamentary Review, 28(2), 17-24.
  • Twomey, A. (2013). The Effect of the Australia Acts on the Western Australian Constitution. University of Western Australia Law Review, 36(2), 273-296.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). Always the Bridesmaid - Constitutional Recognition of Local Government. Monash University Law Review, 38(2), 142-180.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). An Obituary for s 25 of the Constitution. Public Law Review, 23(2), 125-141.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). Indigenous Constitutional Recognition - The New Debate. ALSA Reporter, 2012 (Winter), 5-12.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). Rowe v Electoral Commissioner – Evolution or Creationism? University of Queensland Law Journal, 31(2), 181-202.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). The Application of the Implied Freedom of Political Communication to State Electoral Funding Laws. University of New South Wales Law Journal, 35(3), 625-647.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). The Judiciousness of Advising the Governor-General. Public Law Review, 23(4), 241-245.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). The Preamble and Indigenous Recognition. Australian Indigenous Law Review, 15(2), 4-22.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). The Race Power - Its Replacement and Interpretation. Federal Law Review, 40(3), 413-443.
  • Twomey, A. (2011). Changing the Leader - The Constitutional Conventions Concerning the Resignation of Prime Ministers and Premiers. Federal Law Review, 39(3), 329-360.
  • Twomey, A. (2011). Changing the Rules of Succession to the Throne. Public Law, 2(April 2011), 378-401.
  • Twomey, A. (2011). Future Directions in Federalism – Where will the High Court Go? Public Policy, 6(1/2), 133-151.
  • Twomey, A. (2011). Independence day. Alternative Law Journal, 36(1), 2-3.
  • Twomey, A. (2011). The Governor-General's role in the formation of government in a hung Parliament. Public Law Review, 22(1), 52-74.
  • Twomey, A. (2011). The Recall of Members of Parliament and Citizen’s Initiated Elections. University of New South Wales Law Journal, 34(1), 41-69.
  • Twomey, A. (2010). Appointing the Premier in a Hung Parliament - The Tasmanian Governor's Choice. Australasian Parliamentary Review, 25(2), 53-62.
  • Twomey, A. (2010). Dangerous Democracy: Citizens' Initiated Referenda in California. Public Law Review, 21(2), 70-76.
  • Twomey, A. (2010). Pushing the Boundaries of Executive Power - Pape, the Prerogative and Nationhood Powers. Melbourne University Law Review, 34(1), 313-343.
  • Twomey, A. (2010). Truth in Political Advertising. Public Law Review, 21(4), 232-238.
  • Twomey, A. (2009). Cutting the Gordian Knot: Limiting Rather than Codifying the Powers of a Republican Head of State. Papers on Parliament, 51.
  • Twomey, A. (2009). Federalism and the Use of Cooperative Mechanisms to Improve Infrastructure Provision in Australia. Public Policy, 2(3), 211-226.
  • Twomey, A. (2009). Fundamental Common Law Principles as Limitations Upon Legislative Power. Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal, 9(1), 47-71.
  • Twomey, A. (2009). Keeping the Queen in Queensland - How Effective is the Entrenchment of the Queen and Governor in the Queensland Constitution? University of Queensland Law Journal, 28(1), 81-100.
  • Twomey, A. (2009). The Australian Crowns and the Rules of Succession. Quadrant, June 2009, 44-47.
  • Twomey, A. (2009). The Fijian Coup Cases: The Constitution, Reserve Powers and the Doctrine of Necessity. Australian Law Journal, 83(5), 319-330.
  • Twomey, A. (2009). The Future of Australian Federalism - Following the Money. Australasian Parliamentary Review, 24(2), 11-22.
  • Twomey, A. (2008). Amending the Preamble to the Constitution. Constitutional Law and Policy Review, 10(2), 31-35.
  • Twomey, A. (2008). Australian Federalism Reform. Legaldate, 20(1).
  • Twomey, A. (2008). Constitutional Alteration and the High Court: The Jurisprudence of Justice Callinan. University of Queensland Law Journal, 27(1), 47-69.
  • Twomey, A. (2008). Constitutional conventions, commissions and other constitutional reform mechanisms. Public Law Review, 19(4), 308-327.
  • Twomey, A. (2008). Executive Accountability to the Senate and the NSW Legislative Council. Australasian Parliamentary Review, 23(1), 257-273.
  • Twomey, A. (2008). Reforming Australia's Federal System. Federal Law Review, 36(1), 57-81.
  • Twomey, A. (2008). Regionalism – A Cure for Federal Ills? University of New South Wales Law Journal, 31(2), 467-492.
  • Twomey, A. (2008). Responsible Government and the Divisibility of the Crown. Public Law, 2008 (Winter), 742-767.
  • Twomey, A. (2008). Review of High Court Constitutional Cases 2007. University of New South Wales Law Journal, 31(1), 215-237.
  • Twomey, A. (2008). Ten ideas for 2020. On Line Opinion.
  • Twomey, A. (2008). The 2020 Summit: 'The Future of Governance'. Agenda: a journal of policy analysis and reform, 15(2), 15-20.
  • Twomey, A. (2008). The States, the Commonwealth and the Crown - the Battle for Sovereignty. Papers on Parliament, 48, 21-34.
  • Twomey, A. (2007). A Constitution for a new State: Dilemmas for the Northern Territory. Public Law Review, 18(3), 200-218.
  • Twomey, A. (2007). Aspirational nationalism or opportunistic federalism? Quadrant, 51(10), 38-43.
  • Twomey, A. (2007). Inside the Mason Court Revolution: The High Court of Australia Transformed by Jason L Pierce (Durham: Carolina Academic Press, 2006) pages vii–x, 3–334. Price US$30.00 (hardcover). ISBN 1 59460 061 9. Melbourne University Law Review, 31(3), 1174-1185.
  • Twomey, A. (2007). Truth, Error and Government Obstruction. Quadrant, LI(1-2), 39-41.
  • Twomey, A. (2006). Geographical Externality and extraterritoriality: XYZ v Commonwealth. Public Law Review, 17(4), 256-263.
  • Twomey, A. (2006). Implied limitations on legislative power in the United Kingdom. Australian Law Journal, 80(1), 40-52.
  • Twomey, A. (2006). The Refusal or Deferral of Royal Assent. Public Law, Autumn 2006, 580-602.
  • Twomey, A. (2004). Constitutional Convention And Constitutional Reality. Australian Law Journal, 78(12), 798-811.
  • Twomey, A. (2004). Manner and Form Limitations on the power to amend State Constitutions. Public Law Review, 15, 182-186.
  • Twomey, A. (2003). Federal Limitations on the Legislative Power of the States and the Commonwealth to Bind One Another. Federal Law Review, 31(3), 507-539.
  • Twomey, A. (2002). A Living Force: Andrew Inglis Clark and the Ideal of Commonwealth. Federal Law Review, 30(2), 399-405.
  • Twomey, A. (2002). The limitation of State legislative power. Constitutional Law and Policy Review, 4, 13-99.
  • Twomey, A. (2001). A Federal Process: Options for the Presidential Selection involving the people, the states and the Commonwealth. University of Notre Dame Australia Law Review, 3, 113-126.
  • Twomey, A. (2000). The Federal Constitutional Right to Vote in Australia. Federal Law Review, 28(1), 125-154.

Conferences

  • Twomey, A. (2014). A Revised Proposal for Constitutional Recognition of Indigenous Australians. Inaugural Attorney-General's Department Constitutional Law Symposium 2014, Canberra, ACT: Presentation.
  • Gelber, K., Twomey, A., Dinelli, A. (2014). Constitutional Law 2014 Session 2 - Recent Cases: Implied Freedoms. Constitutional Law Conference 2014, Sydney, NSW: Presentation. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Donations as Speech. Free Speech 2014 Symposium: Australian Human Rights Commission, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Legal Advice on the Exercise of Reserve Powers. Public Law Conference 2014: Process and Substance in Public Law, Cambridge, England: Presentation.
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Public Money: Federal-State Financial Relations and the Constitutional Limits on Spending Public Money - Occasional Paper No 138. The Centre for Independent Studies (CIS) Occasional Papers Series 2014, Australia: The Centre for Independent Studies. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Re-tuning and renewing the federal system. Sovereignty, Blame Games, and Tony Abbott's New Federalism: Centre for Independent Studies Forum 2014, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Succession to the Crown of Canada. Constitution Unit, University College London 2014, London, England: Presentation.
  • Twomey, A. (2014). The Exercise of Reserve Powers in Victoria from 1912-1955. J H Plunkett Annual Lecture 2014: Francis Forbes Legal History Society & NSW Bar Association, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • Twomey, A. (2014). The High Court on Election Funding - Legitimate Ends and the Validity of Reforms. 2014 Annual Conference of the Australasian Study of Parliament Group, New South Wales Chapter: How Representative is Representative Democracy?, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Unions NSW v NSW - The Political Donations Case. Constitutional Law Conference 2014, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Williams Revisited. The Samuel Griffith Society Conference 2014, Melbourne, Vic: Presentation.
  • Twomey, A. (2013). Post-Williams Expenditure - When Can the Commonwealth and States Spend Public Money Without Parliamentary Authorisation? After Williams Colloquium 2013, Toowoomba, Qld: Presentation.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). Constitutional issues concerning the validity of NSW election funding laws. Democratic or Draconian? Recent Reforms to Political Funding in NSW (ERRN Seminar) 2012, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • Twomey, A. (2009). Commonwealth Coercion and Cooperation. Twentieth Conference of The Samuel Griffith Society (2009), Sydney, Australia: The Samuel Griffith Society.
  • Twomey, A. (2007). The Queen of Australia. Upholding the Australian Constitution - Proceedings of the Nineteenth Conference of the Samuel Griffith Society, Melbourne: The Samuel Griffith Society.
  • Twomey, A. (2005). Manner and Form. UNSW Constitutional Law Conference (2005), Sydney, Australia: UNSW.

Magazine / Newspaper Articles

  • Twomey, A. (2014). Can one Parliament really investigate another? The Drum. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Cuffs not cash could stop corruption. The Drum. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Dishonourable honours. The Sydney Morning Herald. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Explainer: could Clive Palmer spark a constitutional crisis? The Conversation. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Leashing the PUPs in the Senate. The Drum. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Missing votes mean it's back to the polls for Western Australia. The Conversation. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2014). NSW is introducing full public funding of major political parties - by stealth. The Conversation. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Punish the guilty to salvage the system's reputation. The Australian.
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Whitlam's dismissal - it's not like it was all that unusual. The Spectator. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2012). Bringing down the House? Keeping school chaplains means a surrender to the Executive. The Conversation.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). Explainer: can Tasmania legalise same-sex marriage? The Conversation.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). Her majesty's secret. The Australian Financial Review.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). In race to palace, governor-general has inside running. The Australian.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). Indigenous recognition and the Section 25 quandary. The Conversation.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). Indigenous Recognition in the Australian Constitution. Jurist Forum.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). Mason's role in the 1975 dismissal 'unprecedented'? Hardly …. The Conversation.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). Perambulations on a preamble: Messing with its preamble leaves the Constitution open to unexpected interpretations. The Spectator.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). Sexist succession law: a right royal conundrum. The Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). The legacy of the Williams case: less pork-barrelling? Crikey.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). What happens if Kevin Rudd wins the leadership spill? The Conversation.
  • Twomey, A. (2009). The Australian Crowns - Changing the Rules of Succession. Quadrant, 53(6).
  • Twomey, A. (2008). Australia's Commonwealth Government Ends Blame Game. Federations, 7(3).
  • Twomey, A. (2008). Reform needs a strong arm at helm. The Australian Financial Review.
  • Twomey, A. (2008). Reforming federalism without being radical. the Australian Financial Review.
  • Twomey, A. (2008). There's wriggle room for an early poll. The Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Twomey, A. (2007). Let's have a real debate, Mr Costello, not hot air. The Sydney morning Herald.
  • Twomey, A. (2007). The future for Australian federalism. Impact.
  • Twomey, A. (2005). How federal countries appoint high court judges. Federations Magazine, 5(1).

Report

  • Twomey, A. (2014). Reconsidering the Reform of Political Donations, Expenditure and Funding in New South Wales.
  • Twomey, A. (2008). Means of achieving constitutional reform in Australia.
  • Twomey, A., Withers, G. (2007). Federalist Paper 1: Australia's Federal Future.

Reference Works

  • Twomey, A. (2004). Australian Sub-national Constitutional Law. International Encyclopaedia of Sub-National Constitutions: Australian Sub-national Constitutional Law. The Netherlands: Kluwer Law International.
  • Twomey, A. (2001). Gibbs Court. The Oxford Companion to the High Court of Australia.United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.

Other

  • Twomey, A. (2014), Abolition of the States. Channel 10 'The Project' - 4 June 2014.
  • Twomey, A. (2014), Appointment of the Governor-General. Sky TV, ABC TV, 2GB Radio, ABC Radio National - 28 January 2014.
  • Twomey, A. (2014), Australia holding up Britain's changes to royal succession laws. The Telegraph (UK) with Jonathan Pearlman - 27 February 2014. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2014), Corruption watchdog under threat. Sydney Morning Herald with Michaela Whitbourn - 18 April 2014. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2014), Federalism. 'Big Ideas', ABC Radio National - 23 July 2014.
  • Twomey, A. (2014), Grand lady bids farewell. The Australian with Jamie Walker - 28 March 2014.
  • Twomey, A. (2014), GST Increase. SBS Radio - 19 May 2014.
  • Twomey, A. (2014), ICAC. 2GB Alan Jones - 20 May 2014.
  • Twomey, A. (2014), ICAC and Political Funding. 2UE Radio with Angela Catterns - 30 April 2014.
  • Twomey, A. (2014), Internet vote on the card for next state poll. The Sydney Morning Herald with Nicole Hasham - 20 March 2014. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2014), New challenge to schools chaplain funding. Australian Financial Review with Joanna Mather - 24 April 2014.
  • Twomey, A. (2014), O'Farrell Resignation. ABC Radio Newcastle, Channel 7 News - 16 April; ABC 1 News, Channel 10 News - 17 April.
  • Twomey, A. (2014), Political Donations. ABC NSW Statewide, 2GB Chris Smith - 7 May; ABC Radio National PM - 28 May.
  • Twomey, A. (2014), Political Donations. ABC Newcastle - 6 August; ABC Radio National, Philip Adams - 1 September.
  • Twomey, A. (2014), Political Donations and Public Funding. ABC 7.30 Report - 2 May 2014.
  • Twomey, A. (2014), Political Donations Reform. 2GB Radio - 5 May; ABC Radio Sydney - 16 October; ABC 7.30, Quentin Dempster.
  • Twomey, A. (2014), Queensland Political Donations. ABC Radio National - 22 January 2014.
  • Twomey, A. (2014), Senate Qld Inquiry. ABC Radio AM, 4BA Brisbane, ABC News 24, Channel 9 News Brisbane - 1 October 2014.
  • Twomey, A. (2014), The Williams No 2 Case. ABC Lateline, 'The Wire' 2SER - 5 May; ABC Radio National - 6 May; 4EB Brisbane - 7 May.
  • Twomey, A. (2014), Troonopvolgingswetten binnen Gemenebest niet doorgevoerd [Throne Succession Laws in Commonwealth not implemented]. Blauw Bloed (Netherlands) - 27 February 2014. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2014), Victoria and Proposed Expulsion. ABC Radio National - 10 June 2014.
  • Twomey, A. (2014), Voters may soon tick ballot paper by going online. The Sydney Morning Herald with Nicole Hasham - 28 March 2014. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2014), WA Senate Election. ABC Radio National - 17 Feb; Channel 10 'The Project' - 18 Feb; ABC Radio Perth - 20 Feb.
  • Twomey, A. (2014), Williams No 2. ABC: Radio National, Canberra, Perth, News Radio; Midday News, Lateline - 19 June 2014.
  • Twomey, A. (2014), Williams No 2. 2UE Radio, Channel 10 'The Project' - 19 June; Sky News - 20 June.

Research Reports

  • Twomey, A. (2012). Report on the Statehood Program | Appendix E. Constitutional Framework Document, Tabled February 2012, (pp. 27 - 48). Darwin, Australia: Legislative Assembly of the Northern Territory.
  • Twomey, A. (2008). The reform of political donations, expenditure and funding, (pp. 1 - 63). Australia: Department of Premier and Cabinet of New South Wales..

2014

  • Twomey, A. (2014). A Revised Proposal for Constitutional Recognition of Indigenous Australians. Inaugural Attorney-General's Department Constitutional Law Symposium 2014, Canberra, ACT: Presentation.
  • Twomey, A. (2014). A Revised Proposal for Indigenous Constitutional Recognition. Sydney Law Review, 36(3), 381-411.
  • Twomey, A. (2014), Abolition of the States. Channel 10 'The Project' - 4 June 2014.
  • Twomey, A. (2014), Appointment of the Governor-General. Sky TV, ABC TV, 2GB Radio, ABC Radio National - 28 January 2014.
  • Twomey, A. (2014), Australia holding up Britain's changes to royal succession laws. The Telegraph (UK) with Jonathan Pearlman - 27 February 2014. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Can one Parliament really investigate another? The Drum. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Civics and Citizenship (Year 3 to Year 10). Review of the Australian Curriculum: Supplementary Material, (pp. 320-343). Australia: Australian Government Department of Education. [More Information]
  • Gelber, K., Twomey, A., Dinelli, A. (2014). Constitutional Law 2014 Session 2 - Recent Cases: Implied Freedoms. Constitutional Law Conference 2014, Sydney, NSW: Presentation. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Constitutional law: Canadian Supreme Court invalidates one of its own; Exposing royal influence in the United Kingdom. Australian Law Journal, 88(6), 383-385. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Constitutional law: Same-sex marriage and constitutional interpretation. Australian Law Journal, 88(9), 613-616. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2014), Corruption watchdog under threat. Sydney Morning Herald with Michaela Whitbourn - 18 April 2014. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Cuffs not cash could stop corruption. The Drum. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Dishonourable honours. The Sydney Morning Herald. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Donations as Speech. Free Speech 2014 Symposium: Australian Human Rights Commission, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Explainer: could Clive Palmer spark a constitutional crisis? The Conversation. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2014), Federalism. 'Big Ideas', ABC Radio National - 23 July 2014.
  • Twomey, A. (2014), Grand lady bids farewell. The Australian with Jamie Walker - 28 March 2014.
  • Twomey, A. (2014), GST Increase. SBS Radio - 19 May 2014.
  • Twomey, A. (2014), ICAC. 2GB Alan Jones - 20 May 2014.
  • Twomey, A. (2014), ICAC and Political Funding. 2UE Radio with Angela Catterns - 30 April 2014.
  • Twomey, A. (2014), Internet vote on the card for next state poll. The Sydney Morning Herald with Nicole Hasham - 20 March 2014. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Leashing the PUPs in the Senate. The Drum. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Legal Advice on the Exercise of Reserve Powers. Public Law Conference 2014: Process and Substance in Public Law, Cambridge, England: Presentation.
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Missing votes mean it's back to the polls for Western Australia. The Conversation. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2014), New challenge to schools chaplain funding. Australian Financial Review with Joanna Mather - 24 April 2014.
  • Twomey, A. (2014). NSW is introducing full public funding of major political parties - by stealth. The Conversation. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2014), O'Farrell Resignation. ABC Radio Newcastle, Channel 7 News - 16 April; ABC 1 News, Channel 10 News - 17 April.
  • Twomey, A. (2014), Political Donations. ABC NSW Statewide, 2GB Chris Smith - 7 May; ABC Radio National PM - 28 May.
  • Twomey, A. (2014), Political Donations. ABC Newcastle - 6 August; ABC Radio National, Philip Adams - 1 September.
  • Twomey, A. (2014), Political Donations and Public Funding. ABC 7.30 Report - 2 May 2014.
  • Twomey, A. (2014), Political Donations Reform. 2GB Radio - 5 May; ABC Radio Sydney - 16 October; ABC 7.30, Quentin Dempster.
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Post-Williams Expenditure - When Can The Commonwealth And States Spend Public Money Without Parliamentary Authorisation? University of Queensland Law Journal, 33(1), 9-28.
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Public Money: Federal-State Financial Relations and the Constitutional Limits on Spending Public Money - Occasional Paper No 138. The Centre for Independent Studies (CIS) Occasional Papers Series 2014, Australia: The Centre for Independent Studies. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Punish the guilty to salvage the system's reputation. The Australian.
  • Twomey, A. (2014), Queensland Political Donations. ABC Radio National - 22 January 2014.
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Re-tuning and renewing the federal system. Sovereignty, Blame Games, and Tony Abbott's New Federalism: Centre for Independent Studies Forum 2014, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Reconsidering the Reform of Political Donations, Expenditure and Funding in New South Wales.
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Same-Sex Marriage and Territories (Forthcoming). Federal Law Review.
  • Twomey, A. (2014), Senate Qld Inquiry. ABC Radio AM, 4BA Brisbane, ABC News 24, Channel 9 News Brisbane - 1 October 2014.
  • Greiner, N., Carling, R., Twomey, A., Sammut, J. (2014). Sovereignty, Blame Games and Tony Abbott's New Federalism: Policy Forum 27. Australia: Centre for Independent Studies. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Succession to the Crown of Canada. Constitution Unit, University College London 2014, London, England: Presentation.
  • Twomey, A. (2014). The Exercise of Reserve Powers in Victoria from 1912-1955. J H Plunkett Annual Lecture 2014: Francis Forbes Legal History Society & NSW Bar Association, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • Twomey, A. (2014). The exercise of reserve powers in Victoria from 1912–1955. Australian Bar Review, 39(2), 198-214.
  • Twomey, A. (2014). The High Court on Election Funding - Legitimate Ends and the Validity of Reforms. 2014 Annual Conference of the Australasian Study of Parliament Group, New South Wales Chapter: How Representative is Representative Democracy?, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • Twomey, A. (2014). The legality of federal government expenditure. A Federation for the 21st Century, (pp. 71-82). Australia: Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA). [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2014), The Williams No 2 Case. ABC Lateline, 'The Wire' 2SER - 5 May; ABC Radio National - 6 May; 4EB Brisbane - 7 May.
  • Twomey, A. (2014), Troonopvolgingswetten binnen Gemenebest niet doorgevoerd [Throne Succession Laws in Commonwealth not implemented]. Blauw Bloed (Netherlands) - 27 February 2014. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Unions NSW v NSW (Forthcoming). University of Notre Dame Australia Law Review.
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Unions NSW v NSW - The Political Donations Case. Constitutional Law Conference 2014, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • Twomey, A. (2014), Victoria and Proposed Expulsion. ABC Radio National - 10 June 2014.
  • Twomey, A. (2014), Voters may soon tick ballot paper by going online. The Sydney Morning Herald with Nicole Hasham - 28 March 2014. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2014), WA Senate Election. ABC Radio National - 17 Feb; Channel 10 'The Project' - 18 Feb; ABC Radio Perth - 20 Feb.
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Whitlam's dismissal - it's not like it was all that unusual. The Spectator. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2014), Williams No 2. ABC: Radio National, Canberra, Perth, News Radio; Midday News, Lateline - 19 June 2014.
  • Twomey, A. (2014), Williams No 2. 2UE Radio, Channel 10 'The Project' - 19 June; Sky News - 20 June.
  • Twomey, A. (2014). Williams Revisited. The Samuel Griffith Society Conference 2014, Melbourne, Vic: Presentation.

2013

  • Twomey, A. (2013). "We the people of Australia": A constitution in search of a preamble. In Tanya Dalziell, Paul Genoni (Eds.), Telling Stories: Australian Life and Literature 1935–2012, (pp. 505-512). Clayton, Australia: Monash University Publishing.
  • Twomey, A. (2013). Advice to the Governor-General on the appointment of Kevin Rudd as Prime Minister. Public Law Review, 24(4), 289-304.
  • Twomey, A. (2013). Book Review: Reluctant Democrat - Sir William Denison in Australia 1847-1861. Australasian Parliamentary Review, 28(1), 140-142.
  • Twomey, A. (2013). Compulsory Voting in a Representative Democracy: Choice, Compulsion and The Maximisation of Participation in Australian Elections. Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal, 13(2), 283-312. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2013). Local Government Referendum. Alternative Law Journal, 38(3), 142.
  • Twomey, A. (2013). Post-Williams Expenditure - When Can the Commonwealth and States Spend Public Money Without Parliamentary Authorisation? After Williams Colloquium 2013, Toowoomba, Qld: Presentation.
  • Twomey, A. (2013). The Application of Constitutional Preambles and the Constitutional Recognition of Indigenous Australians. International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 62(2), 317-343. [More Information]
  • Twomey, A. (2013). The defining characteristics of constitutional expressions and the nationalisation of the State court system. The Judicial Review: selected papers, 11(2), 233-244.
  • Twomey, A. (2013). The dilemmas of drafting a Constitution for a new state. Australasian Parliamentary Review, 28(2), 17-24.
  • Twomey, A. (2013). The Effect of the Australia Acts on the Western Australian Constitution. University of Western Australia Law Review, 36(2), 273-296.

2012

  • Twomey, A. (2012). Always the Bridesmaid - Constitutional Recognition of Local Government. Monash University Law Review, 38(2), 142-180.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). An Obituary for s 25 of the Constitution. Public Law Review, 23(2), 125-141.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). Bringing down the House? Keeping school chaplains means a surrender to the Executive. The Conversation.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). Constitutional issues concerning the validity of NSW election funding laws. Democratic or Draconian? Recent Reforms to Political Funding in NSW (ERRN Seminar) 2012, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). Explainer: can Tasmania legalise same-sex marriage? The Conversation.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). Federalism in Australia: gazing in the crystal ball of constitutional reform. In G Appleby, N Aroney and T John (Eds.), The Future of Australian Federalism: Comparative and Interdisciplinary Perspectives, (pp. 446-462). New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). Her majesty's secret. The Australian Financial Review.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). In race to palace, governor-general has inside running. The Australian.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). Indigenous Constitutional Recognition - The New Debate. ALSA Reporter, 2012 (Winter), 5-12.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). Indigenous recognition and the Section 25 quandary. The Conversation.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). Indigenous Recognition in the Australian Constitution. Jurist Forum.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). Mason's role in the 1975 dismissal 'unprecedented'? Hardly …. The Conversation.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). NSW and Federalism. In David Clune, Rodney Smith (Eds.), From Carr to Keneally: Labor in office in NSW 1995-2011, (pp. 100-109). Sydney Australia: Allen and Unwin.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). Perambulations on a preamble: Messing with its preamble leaves the Constitution open to unexpected interpretations. The Spectator.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). Report on the Statehood Program | Appendix E. Constitutional Framework Document, Tabled February 2012, (pp. 27 - 48). Darwin, Australia: Legislative Assembly of the Northern Territory.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). Rowe v Electoral Commissioner – Evolution or Creationism? University of Queensland Law Journal, 31(2), 181-202.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). Sexist succession law: a right royal conundrum. The Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). The Application of the Implied Freedom of Political Communication to State Electoral Funding Laws. University of New South Wales Law Journal, 35(3), 625-647.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). The Judiciousness of Advising the Governor-General. Public Law Review, 23(4), 241-245.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). The legacy of the Williams case: less pork-barrelling? Crikey.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). The Preamble and Indigenous Recognition. Australian Indigenous Law Review, 15(2), 4-22.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). The Race Power - Its Replacement and Interpretation. Federal Law Review, 40(3), 413-443.
  • Twomey, A. (2012). What happens if Kevin Rudd wins the leadership spill? The Conversation.

2011

  • Twomey, A. (2011). Australia. In E Murgadas & C Rico (Eds.), Instituciones y Competencias en los Estados Descentralizados (Institutions and Powers in Decentralized Countries). Barcelona: Institut d'Estudis Autonomics.
  • Twomey, A. (2011). Changing the Leader - The Constitutional Conventions Concerning the Resignation of Prime Ministers and Premiers. Federal Law Review, 39(3), 329-360.
  • Twomey, A. (2011). Changing the Rules of Succession to the Throne. Public Law, 2(April 2011), 378-401.
  • Twomey, A. (2011). Freedom of Political Communication and its Constitutional Limits on Electoral Laws. In J Tham, B Costar and G Orr (Eds.), Electoral Democracy: Australian Prospects, (pp. 189-208). Melbourne: Melbourne University Press.
  • Twomey, A. (2011). Future Directions in Federalism – Where will the High Court Go? Public Policy, 6(1/2), 133-151.
  • Twomey, A. (2011). Independence day. Alternative Law Journal, 36(1), 2-3.
  • Twomey, A. (2011). The Governor-General's role in the formation of government in a hung Parliament. Public Law Review, 22(1), 52-74.
  • Twomey, A. (2011). The Recall of Members of Parliament and Citizen’s Initiated Elections. University of New South Wales Law Journal, 34(1), 41-69.

2010

  • Twomey, A. (2010). Appointing the Premier in a Hung Parliament - The Tasmanian Governor's Choice. Australasian Parliamentary Review, 25(2), 53-62.
  • Twomey, A. (2010). Dangerous Democracy: Citizens' Initiated Referenda in California. Public Law Review, 21(2), 70-76.
  • Twomey, A. (2010). One In, All In - The Simultaneous Implementation of a Republic at Commonwealth and State Levels. In Sarah Murray (Eds.), Constitutional Perspectives on an Australian Republic: Essays in Honour of Professor George Winterton, (pp. 20-40). Sydney: The Federation Press.
  • Twomey, A. (2010). Pushing the Boundaries of Executive Power - Pape, the Prerogative and Nationhood Powers. Melbourne University Law Review, 34(1), 313-343.
  • Twomey, A. (2010). The Australia Acts 1986: Australias Statutes of Independence. Sydney: The Federation Press.
  • Twomey, A. (2010). The Entrenchment of the Queen and Governor in the Queensland Constitution. In Michael White, Aladin Rahemtula (Eds.), Queenslands Constitution: Past, Present and Future, (pp. 185-213). Australia: Supreme Court of Queensland Library.
  • Twomey, A. (2010). Truth in Political Advertising. Public Law Review, 21(4), 232-238.

2009

  • Twomey, A. (2009). Commonwealth Coercion and Cooperation. Twentieth Conference of The Samuel Griffith Society (2009), Sydney, Australia: The Samuel Griffith Society.
  • Twomey, A. (2009). Commonwealth of Australia. In Michelmann, Hans (Eds.), Foreign Relations in Federal Countries, (pp. 37-64). Montreal: McGill-Queens University Press.
  • Twomey, A. (2009). Cutting the Gordian Knot: Limiting Rather than Codifying the Powers of a Republican Head of State. Papers on Parliament, 51.
  • Twomey, A. (2009). Federalism and the Use of Cooperative Mechanisms to Improve Infrastructure Provision in Australia. Public Policy, 2(3), 211-226.
  • Twomey, A. (2009). Fundamental Common Law Principles as Limitations Upon Legislative Power. Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal, 9(1), 47-71.
  • Twomey, A. (2009). Keeping the Queen in Queensland - How Effective is the Entrenchment of the Queen and Governor in the Queensland Constitution? University of Queensland Law Journal, 28(1), 81-100.
  • Twomey, A. (2009). Sir Dudley Rawson Stratford de Chair. In David Clune, Ken Turner (Eds.), The Governors of New South Wales 1788-2010, (pp. 457-472). Australia: The Federation Press.
  • Twomey, A. (2009). Sir Phillip Woolcott Game. In David Clune, Ken Turner (Eds.), The Governors of New South Wales 1788-2010, (pp. 473-495). Australia: The Federation Press.
  • Twomey, A. (2009). The Australian Crowns - Changing the Rules of Succession. Quadrant, 53(6).
  • Twomey, A. (2009). The Australian Crowns and the Rules of Succession. Quadrant, June 2009, 44-47.
  • Twomey, A. (2009). The Fijian Coup Cases: The Constitution, Reserve Powers and the Doctrine of Necessity. Australian Law Journal, 83(5), 319-330.
  • Twomey, A. (2009). The Future of Australian Federalism - Following the Money. Australasian Parliamentary Review, 24(2), 11-22.

2008

  • Twomey, A. (2008). Amending the Preamble to the Constitution. Constitutional Law and Policy Review, 10(2), 31-35.
  • Twomey, A. (2008). Australia's Commonwealth Government Ends Blame Game. Federations, 7(3).
  • Twomey, A. (2008). Australian Federalism Reform. Legaldate, 20(1).
  • Twomey, A. (2008). Constitutional Alteration and the High Court: The Jurisprudence of Justice Callinan. University of Queensland Law Journal, 27(1), 47-69.
  • Twomey, A. (2008). Constitutional conventions, commissions and other constitutional reform mechanisms. Public Law Review, 19(4), 308-327.
  • Twomey, A. (2008). Executive Accountability to the Senate and the NSW Legislative Council. Australasian Parliamentary Review, 23(1), 257-273.
  • Twomey, A. (2008). Federalism - the Good, the Bad and the Opportunities. In Justin Healey (Eds.), Australia's System of Government. Thirroul, NSW: Spinney Press.
  • Twomey, A. (2008). Means of achieving constitutional reform in Australia.
  • Twomey, A. (2008). Reform needs a strong arm at helm. The Australian Financial Review.
  • Twomey, A. (2008). Reforming Australia's Federal System. Federal Law Review, 36(1), 57-81.
  • Twomey, A. (2008). Reforming federalism without being radical. the Australian Financial Review.
  • Twomey, A. (2008). Regionalism – A Cure for Federal Ills? University of New South Wales Law Journal, 31(2), 467-492.
  • Twomey, A. (2008). Responsible Government and the Divisibility of the Crown. Public Law, 2008 (Winter), 742-767.
  • Twomey, A. (2008). Review of High Court Constitutional Cases 2007. University of New South Wales Law Journal, 31(1), 215-237.
  • Twomey, A. (2008). Ten ideas for 2020. On Line Opinion.
  • Twomey, A. (2008). The 2020 Summit: 'The Future of Governance'. Agenda: a journal of policy analysis and reform, 15(2), 15-20.
  • Twomey, A. (2008). The reform of political donations, expenditure and funding, (pp. 1 - 63). Australia: Department of Premier and Cabinet of New South Wales..
  • Twomey, A. (2008). The States, the Commonwealth and the Crown - the Battle for Sovereignty. Papers on Parliament, 48, 21-34.
  • Twomey, A. (2008). There's wriggle room for an early poll. The Sydney Morning Herald.

2007

  • Twomey, A. (2007). A Constitution for a new State: Dilemmas for the Northern Territory. Public Law Review, 18(3), 200-218.
  • Twomey, A. (2007). Aspirational nationalism or opportunistic federalism? Quadrant, 51(10), 38-43.
  • Twomey, A., Withers, G. (2007). Federalist Paper 1: Australia's Federal Future.
  • Twomey, A. (2007). Foreign Affairs in Australia: Evolution and Reform. In R Blindenbacher & C Pasma (Eds.), Dialogues on foreign relations in federal countries (A Global Dialogue on Federalism Booklet Series volume 5), (pp. 12-14). Canada: Forum of Federations.
  • Twomey, A. (2007). Inside the Mason Court Revolution: The High Court of Australia Transformed by Jason L Pierce (Durham: Carolina Academic Press, 2006) pages vii–x, 3–334. Price US$30.00 (hardcover). ISBN 1 59460 061 9. Melbourne University Law Review, 31(3), 1174-1185.
  • Twomey, A. (2007). Let's have a real debate, Mr Costello, not hot air. The Sydney morning Herald.
  • Twomey, A. (2007). The future for Australian federalism. Impact.
  • Twomey, A. (2007). The Queen of Australia. Upholding the Australian Constitution - Proceedings of the Nineteenth Conference of the Samuel Griffith Society, Melbourne: The Samuel Griffith Society.
  • Twomey, A. (2007). Truth, Error and Government Obstruction. Quadrant, LI(1-2), 39-41.

2006

  • Twomey, A. (2006). Clayton v Heffron. In George Winterton (Eds.), State Constitutional Landmarks, (pp. 161-184). Sydney: The Federation Press.
  • Twomey, A. (2006). Geographical Externality and extraterritoriality: XYZ v Commonwealth. Public Law Review, 17(4), 256-263.
  • Twomey, A. (2006). Implied limitations on legislative power in the United Kingdom. Australian Law Journal, 80(1), 40-52.
  • Twomey, A. (2006). The Chameleon Crown - The Queen and her Australian Governors. Sydney: Federation Press.
  • Twomey, A. (2006). The Dismissal of the Lang Government. In George Winterton (Eds.), State Constitutional Landmarks, (pp. 129-160). Sydney: The Federation Press.
  • Twomey, A. (2006). The Making of the Australia Acts 1986. In George Winterton (Eds.), State Constitutional Landmarks, (pp. 267-297). Sydney: The Federation Press.
  • Twomey, A. (2006). The Refusal or Deferral of Royal Assent. Public Law, Autumn 2006, 580-602.

2005

  • Twomey, A. (2005). How federal countries appoint high court judges. Federations Magazine, 5(1).
  • Twomey, A. (2005). Manner and Form. UNSW Constitutional Law Conference (2005), Sydney, Australia: UNSW.

2004

  • Twomey, A. (2004). Australian Sub-national Constitutional Law. International Encyclopaedia of Sub-National Constitutions: Australian Sub-national Constitutional Law. The Netherlands: Kluwer Law International.
  • Twomey, A. (2004). Constitutional Convention And Constitutional Reality. Australian Law Journal, 78(12), 798-811.
  • Twomey, A. (2004). Manner and Form Limitations on the power to amend State Constitutions. Public Law Review, 15, 182-186.
  • Twomey, A. (2004). The Constitution Of New South Wales. Annandale: Federation Press.

2003

  • Twomey, A. (2003). Federal Limitations on the Legislative Power of the States and the Commonwealth to Bind One Another. Federal Law Review, 31(3), 507-539.

2002

  • Twomey, A. (2002). A Living Force: Andrew Inglis Clark and the Ideal of Commonwealth. Federal Law Review, 30(2), 399-405.
  • Twomey, A. (2002). The limitation of State legislative power. Constitutional Law and Policy Review, 4, 13-99.

2001

  • Twomey, A. (2001). A Federal Process: Options for the Presidential Selection involving the people, the states and the Commonwealth. University of Notre Dame Australia Law Review, 3, 113-126.
  • Twomey, A. (2001). Federal Parliament's Changing Role in Treaty Making and External Affairs. In G Lindell & R Bennett (Eds.), Parliament - the Vision in Hindsight, (pp. 37-92). Sydney: Federation Press.
  • Twomey, A. (2001). Gibbs Court. The Oxford Companion to the High Court of Australia.United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.

2000

  • Twomey, A. (2000). Sue v Hill — The Evolution of Australian Independence. In Adrienne Stone, George Williams (Eds.), The High Court at the Crossroads: Essays in constitutional law. Australia: Federation Press.
  • Twomey, A. (2000). The Federal Constitutional Right to Vote in Australia. Federal Law Review, 28(1), 125-154.

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