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Conference Presentations

Kildea P; Lynch A; Santow EJ, 2009, 'Australian Federalism and a National Human Rights Act: Implications and Challenges', presented at Australian Political Studies Association Conference 2009, Macquarie University, Sydney, 28 September 2009 - 30 September 2009

Lynch A, 2007, 'Perspectives on Federalism', presented at National Industrial Relations Conference, Queensland Department of Employment and Industrial Relations, Brisbane, 11 September 2007

Lynch A, 'The Tenacity of Bad Law: Why Ani-Terrorism Laws Proliferate and Persist', presented at VIIIth World Congress of the International Association of Constitutional Law, Mexico City, 06 December 2010 - 10 December 2010

Lynch A, 'Constitutional Dissent', presented at Presentation to the Faculty of Law, University of Technology, Sydney

Lynch A, 'Dissent and Precedent : Change and Certainty in a Court of Last Resort', presented at Presentation to the Division of Law, Macquarie University, Sydney

Lynch A, 'Is Judicial Dissent Constitutionally Protected?', presented at Presentation to the School of Law, University of New South Wales

Lynch A, 'Terror and Exceptionalism: Does Australia Need an Emergency Constitution for the Way We Live Now?', presented at Guest Seminar, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto, Canada

Lynch A, 'The Constitution and Terrorism: An Emergency Mechanism or a Bill of Rights?', presented at Presentation to the Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Sydney, Sydney

Lynch A, 'Trying to Pin Down the New Terror Laws: Some Comments on Process and Powers', presented at Presentation to Gilbert + Tobin Lawyers, Sydney

Lynch A, 'Harmony and Diversity: Unanimity and Dissent on the High Court', presented at Presentation to the School of Law, University of Tasmania, Hobart

Lynch A, 'Recent Cases on the Constitutional Separation of Judicial Power: Will Terrorism Control Orders Survive the High Court?', presented at Presentation to Gilbert + Tobin Lawyers, Sydney

Lynch A, 'Incapacity not Misbehaviour: Illness, Independence and Judicial Removal', presented at Presentation to the School of Law, University of Tasmania, Hobart

Lynch A, 'International Influences on Australian Anti-Terrorism Law', presented at Presentation to the School of Law, Leeds University, United Kingdom

Lynch A, 'Some Observations on Australian Anti-Terrorism Law and Civil Liberties', presented at Presentation to the Department of Law, University of Durham, United Kingdom

Lynch A, 'National Security and Australia's Culture of Control', presented at Presentation to the Division of Law, Macquarie University, Sydney

Lynch A, 'Security; Exploding Media Myths: Misrepresenting Australia?', presented at Presentation for the Journalism and Media Research Centre, University of NSW and Edith Cowan University, Sydney

Lynch A, 'The Haneef Affair: Diminished Rights, Diminished Security', Counter Terrorism and Human Rights', presented at Counter Terrorism and Human Rights Postgraduate Course, Center for Security Studies, University of Sydney, Sydney

Lynch A, 'All Things Being Equal: Merit and Diversity in Judicial Appointments', presented at College of Law Presentation, Australian National University, Canberra

Lynch A; Godden L; Keyes M, 'Putting Ourselves to the Test: Justifying Our Assessment Methods', presented at Queensland Legal Education Day, Queensland University of Technology

Lynch A; Bondfield B; Stuhmcke A, 'An Experience in Simultaneous Cross-Institutional Delivery of a First Year Course', presented at ALTA Conference, University of Technology, Sydney, 02 October 1997 - 05 October 1997

Lynch A; Bondfield B; Stuhmcke A, 'Simultaneous Cross-Institution Course Delivery: Are There any Conclusions we may Draw for Flexible Learning in Law?', presented at Flexible Learning without Technology Symposium, University of Technology, Sydney

Lynch A; Fitzpatrick S, 'Mooting as a Spectator Sport: Moots as part of Course Delivery', presented at Australasian Law Teachers Association Conference, University of Otago, New Zealand, 05 July 1998 - 08 July 1998

Lynch A, 'Changing Institutional Relationships in a Time of Terror', presented at UK-Australia Roundtable on Terrorism and Law, University College London

Lynch A, 'The Constitution: Its Form and Values', presented at New South Wales Schools State Constitutional Convention, Parliament of NSW, Sydney

Lynch A, 'The Use of History by Lawyers in Debating Responses to Terrorism', presented at Inaugural Research Network for a Secure Australia Terrorism History Conference, Canberra

Lynch A, 'Securing Our Freedoms Panel Discussion, Amnesty International', presented at Panel Discussion, Amnesty International, University of Adelaide, Adelaide

Lynch A; Williams G, 'The High Court on Constitutional Law: The 2010 Term', presented at 2011 Constitutional Law Conference, Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law, Sydney

Lynch A, 'The Gleeson Court on Constitutional Law: An Empirical Analysis', presented at 2003 Constitutional Law Conference: Centenary of the High Court of Australia, Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law, Sydney

Lynch A, 'The Scholarship of Law Teaching', presented at Legal Education Plenary, 2003 ALTA Conference: Changing Law, Griffith University, Brisbane, 06 July 2003 - 09 July 2003

Lynch A, 'Terror and Exceptionalism: Can an Emergency Constitution Limit Executive Power?', presented at The Executive: Third Annual Conference on the Primary Functions of Government, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

Lynch A, 'Legislating with Urgency', presented at Ensuring Accountability: Terrorist Challenges and State Responses in a Free Society, Australian National University, Canberra, 21 April 2006 - 28 April 2006

Lynch A, 'Constitutional Issues Arising from the Mental Health of Judges', presented at Tristan Jepson Memorial Symposium: Mental Health and the Legal Profession, University of Western Australia, Sydney

Lynch A, 'Comparative Counter-Terrorism: What Can we Learn?', presented at Extraordinary Rendition, Intercept Evidence and 'Setting Aside' Rights', Human Rights and Counter-Terrorism: Reframing the Debate, Centre for the Study of Human Rights, London School of Economics, United Kingdom

Lynch A, 'An Independent Reviewer for Australian Terror Laws?', presented at Federal Criminal Law Conference, NSW Bar Association and Law Council of Australia, Sydney

Lynch A, 'Restricting Liberty under Australian Law and Practice', presented at Joint Workshop, Restrictions of Liberty of Terror Suspects, The Israel Democracy Institute and the International Committee of the Red Cross (Tel-Aviv Delegation), Jerusalem, Israel

Lynch A, 'The Legislative and Executive Branch vs The Constitutional Court and the Judiciary: Conflict or Co-operation?', presented at The German Constitution Turns 60: Human and Basic rights Through the Eyes of Germany and Australia, Australian National University, Canberra, 22 May 2009 - 23 May 2009

Lynch A, 'The Fair Work Act: The Referrals Power Comes to the Rescue Once More', presented at Public Lecture, ANU College of Law, Australian Labour Law Associations and Industrial Relations Society of the ACT, Australian National University, Canberra

Lynch A, 'Commonwealth Financial Powers: Taxation, Direct Spending and Grants; Scope and Limitations', presented at Power and Politics: New Dimensions of Federalism in Australia Conference, Constitutional Centre of Western Australia, Perth

Lynch A; Kildea P, 'COAG, the Constitution and State Accountability', presented at 3rd Annual Intergovernmental Relations Conference, National Convention Centre, Canberra

Lynch A, 'National Priorities and State Referrals: The Age of Section 51 (xxxvii)', presented at Sixteenth Public Law Weekend : 10 Years on from September 11 the Impact on Public Law, Australian National University, Canberra

Lynch A, 'Rule of Law & the Commonwealth Principles: Terrorism, Emergency Laws & Human Rights', presented at Commonwealth Regional Law Association Conference, Sydney

Lynch A, 'Williams v Commonwealth', presented at 2012 Government Solicitors Conference, Law Society of NSW, Sydney

Lynch A; Kildea P, 'Australian Intergovernmental Relations: Ripe for Reform?', presented at Gender and Intergovernmental Relations: Australian and International Perspectives Conference, University of New South Wales, Sydney, 16 May 2013 - 17 May 2013

Lynch A, 'Roles and Responsibilities', presented at Sir Samuel Griffith Symposium: Australia's Federal Future, ANZSOG and Griffith University, Brisbane

Lynch A, 'Beyond Sex on the High Court: What Diversity Means Now', presented at Australian Lawyers' Alliance Conference, Canberra

Lynch A, 'Judicial Dissent, Diversity and Electoral Politics', presented at The High Court, The Constitution and Australian Politics, Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law, University of New South Wales, Sydney

Lynch A, 'Parliamentary Sovereignty and Co-operative Federalism', presented at Attorney-General's Department Constitutional Law Symposium, Canberra

Lynch A, 'Local Government in the Federation', presented at Getting Down to Business: National General Assembly of Local Government, Canberra

Lynch A, 'Williams Mark II: Commonwealth Spending, Benefits to Students and School Chaplaincy', presented at Current Constitutional Controversies Occasional Colloquium Series, University of Queensland and Supreme Court Library Queensland, Brisbane

Lynch A, 'Williams (No 2)', presented at Constitutional Law Conference, Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law, Sydney


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