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Australasian Parliamentary Review

Spring 2015. Vol 30, No. 2 Journal cover

© Australasian Study of Parliament Group. Requests for permission to reproduce material from Australasian Parliamentary Review should be directed to the Editor.

From the editor, Colleen Lewis

Contents

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ARTICLES

Parliament and the Judiciary: Judicial Independence and the Nature of the Relationship Between Parliament and the Judiciary
David Harper

Parliament and Independent Statutory Officers
David Solomon

Royal Assent—The Business of Parliament or the Executive?
Anne Twomey

Journalist Shield Laws and Binding the Parliament
Michael Mischin

Exclusive Cognisance: Is it a Relevant Concept in the 21st Century?
Rosemary Laing

Information and Parliamentary Democracy: The Battle of Privileges
Antonio Buti

Parliament and the Courts: A Contemporary Assessment of the Ethic of Mutual Respect
Wayne Martin

Parliament and Law Reform—the Role of the Australian Law Reform Commission Over Forty Years
Rosalind Croucher

Parliamentary Privilege Developments in New Zealand: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Philip A Joseph

Parliament, Executive and the Courts: Laws of Separation, Conventions of Mutual Respect and Outstanding Flashpoints
Neil Laurie

Pusillanimous Parliamentarians
James Allan

CHRONICLES

From the Tables — January–June 2015
Robyn Smith

 

© Australasian Study of Parliament Group. Requests for permission to reproduce material from Australasian Parliamentary Review should be directed to the Editor.

ISSN 14479 125

Edited by Dr Colleen Lewis, Adjunct Professor, National Centre for Australian Studies, Monash University.
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Acknowledgments

The Australasian Study of Parliament Group wishes to express its gratitude to the following businesses and departments for their generous support for the activities of the Group, especially publication of Australasian Parliamentary Review.

ASPG also appreciates a substantial grant from the revenues arising from publication and sale of J. R. Odgers, Australian Senate Practice, 6th edition, 1991.


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