Surviving Constitutional LawWant to understand Australian constitutional law, and the debates surrounding it? Listen in as host Cameron Shamsabad tackles the big questions of our legal system. australianconstitutionallawjournal.org
🎧 Podcast episodesListen to 13 episodes
37 minutes · 11 months ago
Episode 11 - Citizenship Case (Aliens Power Update)
59 minutes · 1 year ago
Episode 10 - Aliens Power
50 minutes · 1 year ago
Episode 9 - Immigration Power
60 minutes · 2 years ago
Episode 8 - External Affairs Power
102 minutes · 2 years ago
Guest Episode 1 - Republic Discussion with Satyajeet Marar
59 minutes · 2 years ago
Episode 7 - The Republic
54 minutes · 2 years ago
Episode 6 - Corporations Power
56 minutes · 2 years ago
Episode 5 - Trade & Commerce Power
65 minutes · 2 years ago
Episode 4 - Parliament
52 minutes · 2 years ago
Episode 3 - State Amendment
45 minutes · 2 years ago
Episode 2 - State Powers
59 minutes · 2 years ago
Episode 1 - Foundations
7 minutes · 2 years ago
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