Querying the Government’s Authority to “Correct the Record”

By Darren O’Donovan “We don’t comment on particular cases”.  Few lines are more ubiquitous in the public sphere. It is no surprise therefore, that the controversy regarding the disclosure of an individual’s personal information by the Department of Human Services… Continue Reading

Recent Publication on Coronial Law and Spatial Justice

In ‘Walking With the Dead: Coronial Law and Spatial Justice in the Necropolis’, Marc Trabsky, Lecturer, La Trobe Law School, “explores a spatial history of the office of coroner in the nineteenth century”. He “examines how the movements of the… Continue Reading

Dr Darren O’Donovan Presents at the 2016 National Administrative Law Conference

Dr Darren O’Donovan, together with Assistant Professor Narelle Bedford (Bond University) will present a paper at the 2016 National Administrative Law Conference, organised by the Australian Institute of Administrative Law. The paper, abstract below, addresses the conference’s overall theme of… Continue Reading