Constitutional Law

Summary

Associate Professor Twomey welcomes expressions of interest to undertake study in the areas of her research interests and in Constitutional Law and Public Law generally.

Supervisor(s)

Professor Anne Twomey

Research Location

Sydney Law School

Program Type

Masters/PHD

Synopsis

Associate Professor Twomey supervises students undertaking research in a range of areas within Constitutional Law and Public Law.

Additional Information

Examples of subject areas in which Associate Professor has, is currently or is about to supervise students include the following:

  • The formation of new States within a federation - lessons for the Northern Territory
  • The scope and nature of the executive power
  • Judicial review of prerogative powers
  • The extent of the application of s 116 of the Constitution and freedom of religion
  • A revised theory of parliamentary privilege

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Keywords

Constitutional Law, constitutional history, Parliament, the Executive, the monarchy, the republic, electoral law, State constitutional law, federalism, external affairs

Opportunity ID

The opportunity ID for this research opportunity is: 1454

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