Judicial Distancing in the High Court: Love/Thoms v Commonwealth

Lavery, Daniel (2020) Judicial Distancing in the High Court: Love/Thoms v Commonwealth. James Cook University Law Review, 26. pp. 159-174.

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[Extract] Very few decisions of the High Court of Australia in recent decades have exposed the complement of the court to such variant fundamental views on the methodology of constitutional interpretation than the February 2020 decision of Love/Thoms v Commonwealth. Seven judges wrote seven judgments, the matter decided by a bare majority.

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Date Deposited: 07 Aug 2022 23:34
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