TAG: John Gava
What is meant by the terms Public and Private law?
Associate Professor John Gava queries the dichotomy of public and private law. How does it complicate, or limit, our thinking about the law? What does it achieve? Nothing in this comment is motivated by a desire to change anything or respond to anything or to critique anything. I’m simply curious about something that has puzzled me since I’ve arrived […]
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Could we have a Truly FEDERAL High Court?
Associate Professor John Gava takes us again into the debate on High Court appointments. His suggestion? Federalize the High Court! John argues that such a move would have an important symbolic effect, and potentionally practical effects that may manifest in the High Court’s reasoning. His comments are particularly timely as the Commonwealth Attorney-General, Nicola Roxon, […]
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